Our connected Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) solution will now combine a forward-facing camera along with an in-vehicle fatigue and distraction monitor, driver feedback device and HD mobile digital video recorder (DVR). The industry-leading technology is designed to enable road transport operators to tackle traffic incidents before they arise.
The ADAS forward-facing camera identifies lane departure, forward collisions, tailgating and vulnerable pedestrians or cyclists, while the in-vehicle monitor can recognise if a driver is tired or distracted by actions such as mobile phone use, smoking and eating. As a result, a driver can immediately be alerted to any potential dangers, while an office-based fleet manager can monitor areas of concern both in real-time and historically.
The new Driver Fatigue Detection Kit actively tracks the eyes and facial features, using intelligent algorithm analysis to detect when the driver is showing early signs of fatigue and triggering an alert and audible alarm.
VT-AI-MAX is a MDVR that integrates seamlessly with AI technologies such as Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS), Driver Status Monitoring (DSM) and Blind Spot Detection (BSD). With built-in algorithms, the system can be used to alert the driver and pedestrian, cyclist or motorcycle when a danger is detected, which prevents a collision before it happens and improves road safety.