Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS)

 

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.

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