Truck Driver Fatigue Driving Camera

Truck Driver Fatigue Driving Camera

Reamol DMS adopts near-infrared active imaging technology, which can adapt to a variety of light source environments, and can provide high-quality imaging quality even at night, backlight and other highly challenging lighting environments. In addition, because the infrared light can penetrate the sunglasses, the occluded eye information can also be imaged normally, which solves the problem of reflecting light or wearing sunglasses.
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Reamol DMS adopts near-infrared active imaging technology, which can adapt to a variety of light source environments, and can provide high-quality imaging quality even at night, backlight and other highly challenging lighting environments. In addition, because the infrared light can penetrate the sunglasses, the occluded eye information can also be imaged normally, which solves the problem of reflecting light or wearing sunglasses.

In addition to the algorithm, the complexity of the scene is another difficulty of DMS technology. In practice, whether the system can give feedback at the right time will also have an impact on the user experience, which not only requires the accuracy of algorithm detection, but also needs to add more humanized considerations to the design of early warning strategy.

Therefore, in many practical scenarios, the system needs to be able to determine the real intention of the driver, so that the system and the driver can establish a sense of trust through multiple interactions, which is very important.

Driver monitoring ≠ fatigue detection, which is more important than that

Driver monitoring is not only fatigue driving monitoring, but also one of the driving forces to promote the development of driver monitoring technology.

Driver Status Monitoring (optional)

1)  Yawning

When the system detects the driver is yawning frequently, it will issue warnings.

 

2) Eye Closure

When the system detects the driver keeps eyes closed during driving, it will issue warnings.

 

3) Head Down

When the system detects the driver’s head is downward during driving, it will issue warnings.

 

4) Looking Around

When the system detects the driver is looking around during driving, it will issue warnings.

 

5) Smoking

When the system detects the driver is smoking during driving, it will issue warnings.

 

6) Handheld Phone Use

When the system detects the driver is talking over hand-held phone during driving, it will issue warnings.

 

7) Obstruction

When the system detects the camera is obstructed during driving, it will issue warnings.

8) No Driver Detected

When the system detects no driver during driving, it will issue warnings.

 

9) Driver Identification

The system supports driver identification, and it will issue warnings when the driver doesn’t match the existing driver information.




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