Approved by the Full House - Moving Forward Act
On July 1, the House of Representatives in USA passed its signature infrastructure legislation, the Moving Forward Act. The below is mentioned about DMS.
‘‘(A) Driver monitoring systems that will minimize driver disengagement, prevent automation complacency, and account for foreseeable misuse of the automation…”
“(B) After completion of the research required under subparagraph (A), the Secretary shall include each of the safety systems in the crash avoidance rating not later than 3 years after the date of enactment of this section..”
Read full text here: https://bit.ly/2C8QRSE
Webinar: Understanding eye tracking research with Smart Eye
We are excited to present our very own webinar today: “Understanding eye tracking research with Smart Eye”. We’ll share insights on the fundamentals of eye tracking how to make an informed decision when selecting an eye tracking solution, capabilities and features of remote 3D eye tracking and more.
Blog: Smart Eye is EURO NCAP ready
Driver monitoring was for a long time most considered by premium OEMs, in the process of integrating the latest technology on the market into new and high-end car models. Smart Eye has, however, been confident that driver monitoring one day would be as common as seatbelts and airbags. In high volume car productions as well as the relatively smaller premium car productions. Political development in the European Union and within the EURO NCAP has finally proven us to be right.
Join our webinar with iMotions!
Webinar: Advanced Eye Tracking with Smart Eye & iMotions
Join our free webinar this week where we will discuss and demonstrate several use cases centering on how Smart Eye’s suite of advanced eye trackers can be applied to research in usability, automotive, and aviation using the iMotions software. Register here!
AGM2020 - CEO's speech
As the world changes as a result of COVID19, we have had to adapt to the different possibilities technology presents. This year, we were unable to meet in person for the Annual General Meeting, which we very much regret. We have, however, recorded CEO Martin Krantz’s speech.