Vehicle Monitoring System

ADAS+DSM+BSD Vehicle Monitoring System

Date Time: November 21, 2023
Reading volume: 413
Author: YUWEI

Vehicle Monitoring System

With the widespread use of smartphones, navigation systems, and in-vehicle technology devices, the factors causing driver distraction have been increasing, and distracted driving has become one leading cause of traffic accidents.

Vehicle Monitoring System

Accidents often happen in the blink of an eye. For example, if a car is traveling at 60 kilometers per hour and the driver spends two seconds reading a message, the vehicle would have traveled approximately 30 meters. Anything can happen within this 30-meter distance, especially with heavy vehicles such as dump trucks and freight trucks. If the driver loses focus, accidents can easily occur. To reduce the likelihood of accidents caused by such vehicles, many management companies have installed in-vehicle intelligent monitoring terminals. These terminals are not just simple in-vehicle monitoring systems; they also incorporate AI monitoring functions, including the DSM fatigue driving monitoring system, the BSD blind spot monitoring system, and the ADAS intelligent driving assistance system.

DSM Fatigue Driving Monitoring System

During nighttime operations of heavy-duty vehicle drivers, they are more prone to fatigue driving, smoking, making phone calls, and other forms of distracted driving. By installing cameras in the driver's cabin, the in-vehicle terminal's AI algorithm automatically analyzes the driver's distracted driving behaviors such as closing their eyes, yawning, and using a mobile phone, triggering an alarm. After the alarm is triggered, the system will automatically capture a photo of the driver violating the rules and upload it to the management cloud platform. A warning will also be displayed in the driver's cabin, and the company can also check the driver's violations in the background and impose corresponding penalties.

BSD Blind Spot Monitoring System

In addition to the risk of distracted driving, heavy-duty vehicles also have many blind spots, where the driver's visibility is greatly limited, making traffic accidents more likely. The in-vehicle intelligent terminal incorporates a blind spot monitoring system that uses connected cameras to identify pedestrians, vehicles, obstacles, etc., within 3-5 meters of the blind spot. If pedestrians or vehicles are detected in the blind spot, the external sound and light alarm and the internal warning will actively alert the driver, not only reminding the driver to be cautious and drive safely but also warning pedestrians and vehicles to stay away from the blind spot for safety, reducing the risk of accidents.

ADAS Intelligent Driving Assistance System

By installing a camera on the inside of the vehicle's windshield to record the driving conditions in front of the windshield in real time, and running AI algorithms to analyze the current road conditions, the system can directly provide voice prompts to the driver to maintain safe distances when collision risks with other vehicles or obstacles ahead are identified. Of course, the ADAS function is not limited to this single function; it can also recognize lane departure, pedestrians, and pedestrian crossings, prompting the driver to proceed slowly and improving the driver's attention to prevent tragedies.

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ADAS System Q&A

Why is ADAS important?

ADAS can greatly improve road safety by minimizing human errors. Certain ADAS systems issue warnings when unsafe conditions arise, such as detecting a vehicle in the driver's blind spot that may pose a risk during a lane change, thereby compelling the driver to practice safe driving habits. Additionally, some ADAS systems automate driving behaviors, such as collision avoidance through autonomous emergency braking.

In fact, according to a study by Boston Consulting Group, ADAS can prevent 28% of accidents in the United States, potentially avoiding 9,900 deaths annually.

What is the relationship between ADAS and autonomous driving?

ADAS, which stands for Advanced Driver Assistance System, typically refers to the functionalities at L1 and L2 in autonomous driving. Some common features people often hear about, such as ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control), HUD (Head-Up Display), and BSM (Blind Spot Monitoring), are all part of the ADAS system.
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