Automotive

Optalert named in Top 5 Global Driver Monitoring Startups Automotive

  Top 5 Out Of 200 Driver Monitoring Startups In Automotive StartUs INSIGHTS article: We analyzed 200 Driver Monitoring startups in the automotive industry. Sighthound, Optalert, CardioID, Edge3, and Sober Steering are our 5 picks to watch out for. To learn more about the global distribution of these 5 and 195 more startups, check out …

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Their image analysis reveals who you are – giants on the customer list

Di – Swedish financial site – Published:January 18, 2020 After just over ten years of revenue darkness, Visage Technologies began selling its technology to analyze facial images. “It was our breakthrough,” says Jörgen Ahlberg. Photo: Henrik Lenngren It started out as a less lucrative hobby business for some researchers who needed to “code off”. Today, Visage Technologies …

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Optalert Drowsiness & Attentiveness Monitoring

Optalert is pleased to announce the availability of its latest driver monitoring software solution.  Providing the most advanced measure of drowsiness & attentiveness in the automotive market, this gives Tier 1’s the ability to embed the technology directly into their driver monitoring systems (DMS). The patented Optalert Johns Drowsiness Scale (JDS) provides a continuous numerical …

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Press Release – Optalert awarded Australian Government – Automotive Innovation Lab Access Grant

Latest News Today, Melbourne based Medtech company, Optalert Australia, were announced as the recipient of the Australian Government – Automotive Innovation Lab Access Grant (AILAG).   The grant will be used to advance the development of the Optalert Video Automotive technology solution for the objective, early prediction of drowsiness and attentiveness monitoring. The project aims to …

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Supporting Industry 4.0 initiatives

Connecting the physical world with the digital world Industry 4.0 fundamentally changes the way in which businesses create and capture value. This shift is enabled by a set of technologies including autonomous robots, simulation technology, system integration, the Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity, cloud computing, additive manufacturing, augmented reality and big data. Industry 4.0 technologies …

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Optalert in World first in fatigue research study

The National Transport Commission (NTC) and the Cooperative Research Centre for Alertness, Safety and Productivity (Alertness CRC) today released the results of a world-first study into heavy vehicle driver fatigue. The two-year scientific study evaluated alertness monitoring technology and the impacts of work shifts on driver alertness. It analysed shift start time, the number of …

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Las Vegas CES2019 Highlights

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES2019) dazzled participants once again with glimpses of technologies and products on the horizon for the future.  With over 180,000 attendees from 150 different countries, circulating over 11 venues throughout Las Vegas. Optalert’s key conversations at this year’s event included autonomous vehicles, enhanced ‘early warning’ drowsiness and distraction features, and AI …

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Keep your holidays happy by being vigilant on the roads this year.

The holiday season is the time of the year when impaired and drowsy driving accidents are most prevalent. Many of us would never imagine that a holiday celebration could result in a fatality or imprisonment.  The risks associated with driving while drowsy are very real.  Driving performance can be impaired, reaction times increase and it …

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NTC submission: Clarifying control of autonomous vehicles

Introduction Optalert has responded to the NTC’s recent discussion paper “Clarifying control of automated vehicles” with the following submission…Our understanding of the discussion paper “Clarifying control of automated vehicles” is to resolve issues of control relating to automated vehicles. Determining who is in control, what it means to have ‘proper control’ and how it will …

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