Driver monitoring systems hold key to improved safety

Seeing Machines

Safety bodies around the world are recommending or enforcing the inclusion of driver monitoring systems (DMS) as part of the vehicle’s safety feature, with the focus on reducing accidents related to driver fatigue or distraction.

Australia-based Seeing Machines has been researching and developing DMS technology since 2000, and has thousands of DMS units working in off-road heavy mining vehicles and onroad heavy trucks. It is the first company to supply a system for a production car, with a DMS solution in the Cadillac CT6 Super Cruise system from General Motors.

Automotive Industries (AI) asked Nick DiFiore, SVP and General Manager of Automotive, Seeing Machines, whether Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) are gaining recognition for both driver assistance and safe autonomy. Read the full article here.