A driver monitoring system (DMS) is a vehicle safety system that monitors a driver’s level of alertness and issues a warning if the driver shows signs of, for example, drowsiness or inattention by taking the eyes off the road.
Such a system uses a camera in the vehicle’s steering column that tracks the driver’s face.
User acceptance of in-cabin sensors is a key factor in ensuring driver monitoring systems are effectively deployed in future vehicles.
Last week, InCabin Brussels explored the latest advancements in driver monitoring systems and their potential to improve safety on our roads.
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