Guardian covers more than 1 billion km
Seeing Machines is delighted to announce that Guardian, a real-time driver fatigue and distraction detection solution for commercial fleets has travelled more than 1 billion kilometres, keeping thousands of commercial fleet drivers safe in more than 24 countries, collecting real world, naturalistic driving data.
Guardian uses proprietary face and eye tracking algorithms to detect whether a driver is fatigued or distracted, providing real-time in-cab intervention to warn the driver to refocus their attention on the road. Guardian is connected to a 24/7 monitoring centre and cloud analytics engine that gives fleet owners a variety of customisable intervention and analytics programs.
Since being launched in 2016, Guardian has been used in commercial trucks and buses covering more than 1.3 billion km (812 million miles) and has detected over 3.6 million fatigue and distraction-related driver events.
“The 1.3 billion km of data we have gathered since launching Guardian underpins our clear market leadership in the development and deployment of effective driver monitoring systems that demonstrably enhance transport safety across a range of verticals,” said Ken Kroeger, CEO.
This data is critical to the Human Factors research and development and provides the platform from which the Seeing Machines automotive grade driver monitoring technology has been developed and refined. This real world on road data enables Seeing Machines to offer market leading driver monitoring technology based on highly comprehensive and meaningful information.