Are Suppliers Ready for the Imminent Merger of Driver and In-Cabin Monitoring Systems?

by Maite Bezerra | 2Q 2020 | IN-5785
Jungo, an automotive software divestiture from Cisco Systems, recently announced a collaboration with Analog Devices, a semiconductor manufacturing company, to develop a unified driver and in-cabin monitoring solution that merges Analog Devices’ Time-of-Flight (ToF) technology with Jungo’s CoDriver software. CoDriver is a 2D infrared camera-based driver monitoring software solution that uses deep learning, Machine Learning (ML), and computer vision algorithms to provide a real-time picture of the driver’s condition. The full-cabin version uses standard infrared cameras to provide the number of people in the cabin and their age, ID, gender, and position. The ToF technology will add facial and gesture recognition to Jungo’s solution and enable Augmented Reality (AR) capabilities beyond gesture control. Today, Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) and in-cabin or Occupant Monitoring Solutions (OMS) are often commercialized separately. With the collaboration, Jungo will be able to provide a single solution that complies with the European Union’s DMS requirements and the Euro NCAP recommendation of child presence detection that will both come into force in 2022.

You must be a subscriber to view this ABI Insight.

To find out more about subscribing contact a representative about purchasing options.