Hyderabad: In a bid to stop street accidents attributable to sleepy drivers, Hyderabad-based Navy Faculty of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering (MCEME) developed a brand new know-how that alerts them.
A synthetic intelligence-based system can be mounted on the dashboard of a automobile, from there it detects and scans the eyes of the motive force, if discovered closed for a sure time, it would set off an alarm to wake the particular person driving and forestall accidents.
“It’s a modular system with plug and play facility and attracts minimal energy from the automobile’s battery. It screens the facial expressions of the motive force in real-time through the use of AI analyses on his/her eyes and face to detect if he/she is sleepy,” a spokesperson of MCEME advised Indian Categorical.
This accident prevention system primarily based AI was being developed beneath a pilot venture which is being handed over to Telangana authorities for additional experiments and optimization.
The prototype together with the know-how was just lately handed over by lieutenant basic Narayanan, commandant of MCEME to Jayesh Ranjan, principal secretary of the IT division, Telangana authorities. Sundeep Kumar Maktala, President of Telangana Info and Know-how Affiliation (TITA), who collaborated with MCEME within the venture was additionally current.
“The state authorities might successfully use it for RTC buses or different modes of public transport. The IT division will focus on with the Transport division on this regard and determine the additional plan of action” Sandeep stated.
He additionally stated TITA goes to collaborate on extra 15 initiatives with MCEME and conduct hackathons sooner or later.