Yes, there are various ways to monitor driver tiredness and prevent accidents caused by drowsy driving. Here are some examples:
In-vehicle systems: Some modern cars come equipped with in-vehicle systems that can #detect driver fatigue based on factors such as steering patterns, vehicle speed, and head position. These systems can alert the driver with audible or visual warnings, or even take control of the vehicle in extreme cases.
Mobile apps: There are a variety of mobile apps available that can track the driver's behavior and alert them when they show signs of fatigue. These apps may use GPS data to track the vehicle's movements and issue alerts based on the time of day or duration of the trip.
Monitoring services: #Innovation99 offers remote #monitoring services using #dashcam that use #AI cameras and sensors to track the driver's behavior and alert them when they show signs of #drowsiness. These services could be useful for #commercial drivers or those operating heavy machinery.
These technologies can be a helpful tool for drivers who need to stay alert during long trips or for those who has big fleet of vehicles.
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