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of fleet vehicles are in accidents every year
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The risk of an accident greatly increases when the driver is not paying attention to the road. Eating, talking on the phone, texting, smoking, passengers, day-dreaming, adjusting the radio. Whatever it is that is distracting the driver, our facial tracking and driving behavior algorithms:
– Trigger a video event that captures both road and driver facing footage for driver coaching and review.
– Send in-cab alerts that notify drivers and prevent accidents
Facial Recognition is the apex of human identification and idrive’s engineers have designed an extremely accurate system that is embedded on AI Cam, automatic, accurate, reliable and requires zero cooperation from the driver. Actions include:
– Identifying the driver and assigning them to all events and data during their shift
– Alerts can be triggered if an unauthorized driver is present or if a driver change has taken place
A passenger vehicle traveling at a speed of 65 miles per hour would take 316 feet to stop (about the length of a football field). This distance nearly doubles for vehicles weighing 80,000 pounds. Keeping safe distance increases fuel efficiency and prevents drivers from unexpected collisions. When drivers breach the SDW, an event is recorded for review so you can train drivers to increase their buffer of previous seconds. SDW is based on advanced artificial intelligence and can detect distance, vehicle proximity, direction and other objects in the road ahead and notify drivers to reduce speed.
According to World Health Organization (WHO) wearing a seat-belt reduces the risk of death among drivers and front seat occupants by 45-50%, and the risk of death and serious injuries among rear seat occupants by 25%. Our computer vision algorithms detect the presence or absence of seatbelts in the field of view to determine whether or not the driver is wearing the seatbelt.
High-risk driving is often defined as a mental state in which the driver displays a wanton disregard for the rules of the road. View drivers who have a high number and severity of driver unbelted, following too close, hard cornering and hard braking event types.
Traffic offenders are drivers who are making infractions considered very dangerous and likely to lead to accidents. Covering the AI Cam lenses is included in this category.
In this cluster are drivers who have a high number and severity of red light, yellow light, incomplete stops and covering lens event types.