FATIGUE DRIVING SYSTEM

The MVS-FDS system fatigue driving utilizes a custom designed camera with dual CMOS 4 Mega Pixel sensors combined with custom designed software algorithms to recognize when the driver begins to show fatigue continuously monitoring key driver's facial changes and micro eye closures. The system will automatically trigger an audible alarm and send an alarm message immediately to the designated monitoring authority

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Fatigue Driving Sensor Benefits

 

Our Fatigue Driving Sensor is able to recognize when the driver begins to show the first signs of fatigue at the wheel. The high definition infrared camera which has the device recognizes the driver's face and detects micro eye closures, indicating that sleep is beginning to act. The sensor works perfectly in darkness and recognizes the eyes through dark glasses.

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Fatigue Driving Sensor Features and functions

 

  • Driving behavior warning function

  • Adaptable adjustment of sensitivity

  • Detects eyes, even through sunglasses.

  • Adjust the detection levels.

  • It is small, compact and aesthetic.’

  • RS232 Communication

  • Driver features self-calibration

  • Analog image output

  • It consumes little power.

  • Warming image can be stored in local

  • Compatible with MDVR video surveillance

Fatigue Driving Sensor installation

 

Installation is very simple, Fatigue Driving Sensor can work like standalone unit with central management

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Fatigue Driving Sensor Applications

 

  • Passenger transportation.

  • Freight trucks.

  • Freight in smaller vehicles.

  • Machine operation in the field of mining, oil, agriculture, etc.

  • Emergency vehicles such as ambulances, fire, police, etc.

  • Maritime sector.

  • Private vehicles.

Prevalence of Drowsy Driving Crashes

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, every year about 100,000 police-reported crashes involve drowsy driving. These crashes result in more than 1,550 fatalities and 71,000 injuries. The real number may be much higher, however, as it is difficult to determine whether a driver was drowsy at the time of a crash.

A study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety estimated that 328,000 drowsy driving crashes occur annually. That's more than three times the police-reported number. The same study found that 109,000 of those drowsy driving crashes resulted in an injury and about 6,400 were fatal. The researchers suggest the prevalence of drowsy driving fatalities is more than 350% greater than reported.

Beyond the human toll is the economic one. NHTSA estimates fatigue-related crashes resulting in injury or death cost society $109 billion annually, not including property damage.

Interventions for Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving affects everyone, but especially those under age 25, who make up an estimated 50% or more of drowsy driving crashes.

That means interventions focusing on this age group – males especially – can help reduce drowsy driving among those vulnerable.

 

  • Crash avoidance technologies: New and existing safety technologies, such as drowsiness alert and lane departure warnings, can detect common drowsy driving patterns and warn drivers to stay in their lane or take a break