Bosch car cameras won’t let the driver fall asleep while drivingDecember 18, 2019
A German company specializing in the development of automotive electronics and parts may soon launch its new development on the market.
Bosch has patented a range of cameras, which with the help of artificial intelligence allows you to independently reduce the speed in an emergency. Development is expected to be completed by 2020.
The cameras mounted in the steering wheel and the interior rearview mirror are able to track how long the driver’s eyes are closed or his attention is diverted from the road. If a person driving a car begins to be distracted or show signs of fatigue, an alarm will automatically be triggered. In addition, a sleepy driver will be advised to take a short break.
In addition, cameras can transmit data to a special unit, which using artificial intelligence technology can monitor passengers and determine the safety of their posture or the presence of a fastened seat belt. In addition, the system will be able to call emergency services if necessary. According to the European Commission, the new development will save more than 25 thousand lives and prevent 140 thousand serious injuries after 18 years.
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