“Driver Monitoring Systems: Present and Future,” a Presentation from XPERI

Petronel Bigioi, CTO for Imaging at XPERI, presents the “Driver Monitoring Systems: Present and Future” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit.

Monitoring drivers and passengers inside of vehicles is an increasingly critical capability. For example, driver monitoring is required in order for cars to obtain a top safety rating from NCAP. This presentation introduces XPERI’s driver and in-cabin monitoring solutions and examines real-world use-cases in which these solutions are being deployed.

Bigioi illustrates the evolution of these technologies as they have been used in conventional cars, as they are increasingly being used in cars with partial self-driving capability, and how they are likely to be used in fully automated vehicles. This goes well beyond driver monitoring to include new types of safety features as well as non-safety uses such as entertainment, personalization, human-machine interfaces and even monitoring occupant health.

See here for a PDF of the slides.

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