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Keeping more drivers alert

As reported previously (see here), Israel’s Eyesight Technologies is helping SEAT, LG Electronics, Samsung and Exsun keep drivers’ eyes on the road. Eyesight has just won a $15 million order to integrate its DriverSense software into two new car models … Continue reading

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SEAT incorporates Israeli driver monitoring system

Volkswagen’s Barcelona subsidiary SEAT is integrating in-car driver monitoring systems from Israel’s eyeSight Mobile Technologies in its vehicles. EyeSight’s infrared sensors monitor the driver’s alertness and will warn the driver or take proactive action. https://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3732991,00.html https://www.timesofisrael.com/spains-seat-showcases-israeli-auto-safety-tech-in-new-car/

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Gesture tech doesn’t distract drivers

South Korean electronics giant LG Electronics has selected Israeli gesture recognition company eyeSight Mobile Technologies as a supplier of control systems for its car information and entertainment systems. The co-developed product will decrease distracted driving. http://www.calcalistech.com/ctech/articles/0,7340,L-3728614,00.html

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Safer transportation of fuel supplies

Israel’s Eyesight Technologies (reported here previously) has partnered with the GloboConnect Group to develop a driver monitoring device targeted for the Oil & Gas fleets industry. It aims to improve road safety for an estimated 50,000 potentially hazardous vehicles. https://www.eyesight-tech.com/news/eyesight-technologies-partners-with-globoconnect-to-provide-driver-monitoring-solutions-for-fleets-in-oil-gas-industry/

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An excellent promoter of trade with Japan

I’ve reported previously (see here) on Israel’s EyeSight and its driver monitoring systems.  EyeSight has just won an Excellence award for promoting trade relations between Israel and Japan in the field of computer vision and AI. It has also partnered … Continue reading

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Keeping Chinese eyes on the road

New regulations come into force in Shenzhen, China in 2019 that require all heavy trucks to have driver monitoring systems. So, China’s Exsun has partnered with Israel-based motion recognition startup EyeSight Technologies to integrate its systems with Exsun’s truck fleet … Continue reading

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