Interview with Harman: Tomorrow’s Driver Monitoring Systems


Q&A with Harman

The idea of a car watching the driver is not new. Systems that scrutinize the driver’s gaze for signs of drowsiness have been around for years, and they are gaining importance as cars offer more advanced driver assistance features. Although the term “in-cabin monitoring” sounds intrusive, the technologies currently under development in this area will shape and define tomorrow’s cockpit, helping make all occupants feel safer, more comfortable and healthier by monitoring their every move. Whether or not we warm to the thought of being under surveillance while driving or sharing a car, DMS should help prevent accidents.

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