DSM: Driver Status Monitor
AZIMUT DSM (Driver Status Monitor) is a type of auxiliary driver warning system based on artificial vision technology. It has the aim of detecting the driver status to avoid unsafe behaviour in driving.
It is most notable for detecting fatigue and preventing falling asleep at the wheel, but it also provides alerts when it detects driver distractions, when they smoke or use mobile phones.
The AZIMUT DSM System alerts the driver with a sound alarm and a visual alarm, helping them to prevent risk situations.
In the images we can see how the camera sensors, thanks to the advanced algorithm based on Deep Learning, use control points (marked in blue) to detect the real status of the driver. Over the images we can see the alerts generated by the system which appear on a device located on the driver’s dashboard.
The system detects distraction of the driver when they look away from the road. As can be seen in the image, it also works when the driver is wearing glasses.
The system detects anomalous behaviour of the driver. When the driver keeps their eyes closed for longer than the defined time, the system alerts the driver with a sound and visual alarm.
The result is a very effective prevention of serious accidents. There is also an alert for if the driver covers the camera.
WHY CHOOSE THE AZIMUT SYSTEM?
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The Azimut driver status monitor system uses a camera to capture the driver’s image and establish their condition, based on visual analysis thanks to an advanced, very precise algorithm. Deep Learning provides continuous improvement of the system’s precision.
The system emits an alert to the driver when it detects drowsiness, carelessness and distractions such as mobile phone use or looking away from the road.
High performance technology.
The ultrasensitive infrared camera detects all aspects of the driver’s face during the day or at night. It allows risk situations to be established and predicted with great precision.
The system is especially precise in the detection of movement of the eyelids to avoid potential danger caused by drowsiness. For example, if the eye is not fully closed, the system perfectly detects the situation and does not generate an alert. It is just as precise when the driver is wearing glasses.
AZIMUT LIVE VIEW PLATFORM
> The on-board server can be connected to the Azimut Live View platform by Wi-Fi or 4G.
> The system sends recordings of different situations automatically to the central servers.
> In this way, any person with credentials and an internet connection can access:
> Live images from the cameras.
> Videos recorded on the vehicles.
> The alerts generated by the BSD, ADAS and DSM systems.
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