Smart devices check driving performance
Every year more than 25 000 people lose their lives on EU roads, while another 135 000 are seriously injured. Risk factors include speeding, consumption of substances (alcohol or drugs) and fatigue. The EU-funded FITDRIVE project will develop a new tool for monitoring driving performance, cognitive load, physical fatigue, and reaction time. Specifically, it will create neurophysiological models to detect the onset of abnormal drivers’ fitness based on data obtained from IoT devices while driving, on board intelligence and smart tachographs. Artificial Intelligent models will associate different kinds of anomalous behaviour to its most probable cause (drugs, medicines, alcohol, fatigue etc.) and communicate this to the driver, as well as police patrols.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
D11KH31 Dublin 11
06172 Yenimahalle Ankara