Sunday, 23 March 2014

Volvo uses face recognition to help tired drivers

Back in the days of black-and-white newsreels, an inventor came up with a bell on a collar that rang whenever a motorist wearing it nodded off. Since this is the 21st century, Volvo is developing a high-tech version of this gadget. It uses face recognition technology to let a car know when the driver is tired or inattentive, so appropriate action can be taken... Continue Reading Volvo uses face recognition to help tired drivers

Section: Automotive

Tags: Driving, Infrared, Monitoring, Safety, Volvo

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