Analysis of Driver Monitoring Systems in Passenger Cars

OEMs are showing interest in offering holistic DMS by providing vehicles with higher order intelligence about the state of the driver, including fatigue, cognitive load, personalisation, and health monitoring. Stereo cameras have the ability to offer more data points and improved functionalities, making them the perfect choice for OEMs looking to incorporate more than 5 DMS functions. OEMs are expected to enter into more partnerships with medical companies, universities, and technology firms to identify new opportunities and technologies in the DMS space.
Published: 26 Aug 2016

Analysis of Driver Monitoring Systems in Passenger Cars

Camera-based Monitoring Systems Expected to Reach ~2 Million Units by 2022; European Luxury OEMs will Take the Lead

OEMs are showing interest in offering holistic DMS by providing vehicles with higher order intelligence about the state of the driver, including fatigue, cognitive load, personalisation, and health monitoring. Stereo cameras have the ability to offer more data points and improved functionalities, making them the perfect choice for OEMs looking to incorporate more than 5 DMS functions. OEMs are expected to enter into more partnerships  with medical companies, universities, and technology firms to identify new opportunities and technologies in the DMS space.

Key Questions

  • What are the different types of segmentation in DMS? What are  the  latest DMS trends?
  • What are the futuristic use cases for DMS?
  • What are the OEMs and tier 1s capabilities in the DMS space?
  • Who the market leaders in terms of implementing camera-based DMS?
  • What are the challenges faced by tier 1 suppliers and OEMs in DMS implementation?

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