Aisin Seiki to showcase Human Error Monitoring System at Detroit Auto Show
08 January 2013
Aisin Seki Co., Ltd will showcase its intelligent transport system (ITS) technology at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, 14–27 January, featuring its ITS demonstration car and the Human Error Monitoring System.
Features of the Aisin Human Error Monitoring System include:
Sensors inside the seat monitor the driver’s heart rate, breathing rhythm, and general body movements for signs of irregular behavior.
An infra-red camera positioned on the steering column cover monitors changes in the driver’s facial expressions for attentiveness (face and eye gazing direction) and drowsiness (eye-opening measurements).
In addition to these features of the demonstration car, Aisin Seiki is also developing novel technology for monitoring the driver’s state of mind by measuring brain waves.
If the system detects signs of irregular driving then the driver is given an audio warning accompanied by seat vibration. Then if the driver ignores these warnings then the Human Error Monitoring System automatically applies the brakes and guides the car to a stop on the hard shoulder or road side. Finally, the System transmits an SOS via the smart phone of the driver.
The Aisin Human Error Monitoring System will in the future be integrated and synchronized with life and health care products produced by Aisin group companies to monitor the driver’s health—such as the quality of sleep and symptoms of flu—round the clock.
Eventually, the on-board black box will record all drivers incorrect behavior. A fixed simulator could be used to correct at a latter date as done with pilots.
Posted by: HarveyD | 09 January 2013 at 08:10 AM
My wife provides these services (and others I hasten to add) and it does NOT help my driving.
Posted by: ToppaTom | 09 January 2013 at 08:54 PM