NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Strategies for Driver Monitoring Systems in Europe : Behavior-Based Systems to Remain Strong Until 2021 Despite Advanced Functionality of Inward-Facing Camera-Based Systems
Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) analyze driver behavior, detect behavior patterns for micro-sleep, and issue appropriate warnings to alert and refocus the driver's attention back to the road, thus working to reduce drowsiness-related crashes. DMS functions are achieved using data processed from the steering angle sensor, the sensors on the steering wheel, and a mono camera with lane assist. However, the industry is expected to move from using traditional sensors to camera-based systems. Several OEMs have realized the potential of systems which not only support additional DMS functionalities, but also act as a human machine interface and enhance the driver experience.
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
- What are the hardware options available to achieve driver monitoring functions? What are the OEM preferences by 2021?
- What are the possibilities of sensor integration with a subordinate ECU?
- What are the available functions in driver monitoring systems? What DMS features are expected to be incorporated in the future generation of passenger vehicles?
- Which are the top OEMs in Europe that are offering or planning to offer DMS in their vehicle lines? Which OEMs have plans to incorporate stereo camera-based systems?
- Which are the top Tier-I suppliers with a sturdy portfolio supporting DMS functions?
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