Seeing Machines, an advanced computer vision technology company that designs AI-powered operator monitoring systems to improve transportation safety, has announced it is to showcase its interior sensing technology at Automotive World 2024 in Tokyo, from January 24 to January 26.
Immersive technology demonstrations can be held by appointment at a private suite located close to the exhibition halls, with a demonstration vehicle used to display the company’s software and algorithm developments for its Fovio driver and occupant monitoring system (DMS/OMS) technology solutions.
As the focus on transportation safety around the world leads to accelerated regulatory momentum across more jurisdictions, the installation of driver monitoring systems is likely become mandated.
To enhance transportation safety, the Seeing Machines uses machine vision technology to measure and analyze head pose, eyelid movements and eye gaze, under a spectrum of lighting conditions, including through sunglasses.
This data is processed to interpret driver attention state, drowsiness and impairment levels to provide critical inputs in real time to ADAS, vehicle cockpit, as well as comfort and convenience systems.
Seeing Machines also states that it is continuing to expand its occupant monitoring features, including the move to higher resolution wide field of view cameras, as Tier 1 and OEM customers look to add new safety and comfort functions.
At Automotive World 2024, Seeing Machines will also highlight its strategic collaborations with industry leaders, demonstrating a range of technology integrations into various applications.