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Applied solutions for the automotive industry

Integrate the future in tomorrow’s cars.

To interpret reality, you have to see further than what’s in front of you. Our applied solutions are built on years of innovation, put to practical use in real-life driver environments. They help drivers stay alert, safe and comfortable no matter the conditions. What’s more, our integrated eye tracking solutions also enable the automotive world to take another step towards fully autonomous cars. That’s why we’re proud to deliver a small but vital part to F 015 Luxury in Motion, the concept car from Mercedes-Benz.

AntiSleep

Helping drivers stay alert on the road.

AntiSleep is designed for real-time analysis of the driver’s eye and head movements in the real world. As a proven, stable and precise solution, it provides great accuracy and a large visual field even when using a single camera. The software instantly identifies and tracks the driver, focusing on three key factors for assessing driver alertness: gaze direction, eyelid closure and head position and orientation. Using 3D mapping, the intelligent algorithm outputs actionable data in real time. Thanks to its flexibility when it comes to camera placement and its open-ended interface, AntiSleep can be seamlessly integrated in any vehicle platform.

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Blackbird

The compact camera system that goes anywhere.

Designed for the automotive industry, Blackbird consists of a single camera and two infrared microprojectors in a compact unit. Together, they create an ideal environment for tracking and measuring human eye and head movements, regardless of actual light conditions. Invisible to the naked eye, infrared light is projected onto the eye’s cornea, giving the camera an optimal image day and night. Even if the driver is wearing contact lenses, eyeglasses or sunglasses, thanks to built-in reflex reduction filters.

Blackbird can be embedded in any in-car environment, cluster or dash, and the components can also be placed separately for greater flexibility.