Driver Fatigue systems

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Driver Fatigue Monitoring System can help monitor and alert driver when drowsiness or distraction is detected, which aims to add driving safety. Working with our MDVR Systems will get better effects for effective fleet management! (Contact for more details.)

  • Detect and alarm driver unsafe behaviors: fatigue detection, distraction detection, phone call detection, smoking detection, no driver detection
  • Driver identification
  • Seamless integration with MDVR, Realtime alarm and video uploading for abnormal driving behavior
  • With built-in high definition alarm recording (1280 x 720 resolution, 20 seconds synchronous recording when alarm triggered)
  • With built-in GPS module, recording actual speed and location
  • With built-in WIFI module, the device can be easily calibrated and configured via Android APP by connecting the device WIFI
  • With built-in infrared light, driver status can be effectively detected with low light condition. The driver could be wearing sunglasses and detected too
  • With built-in 2W loudspeaker, good alarm sound effect

Distracted and drowsy driving are leading causes of a large number of road accidents. They’re dangerous and may happen to anyone, no matter how experienced a driver is. But with Driver Fatigue Monitoring System, you can constantly monitor driving status and promptly receive alarms upon unsafe driving behaviors, and therefore effectively reduce the risk of accidents caused by distraction and drowsiness.

Driver Fatigue Monitoring System, based on facial feature recognition, collects the driver’s facial images and head postures through the camera, and then compares them with various abnormal driving behavior models in the database to identify the current driver status.

The system records the vehicle position and speed through GPS when alarm recording occurs. And it automatically stops working when the speed is lower than the starting speed set by the APP (0-25km/h), you don’t have to manually turn off the system when it’s not needed, for example, when it’s severe traffic jam.

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