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Cabin Monitoring
New Research Report

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Driver and Cabin Monitoring Technologies:
Solutions for current L2 and requirements for future L3/4
New for 2020

The key to SAE Level 3

As OEMs race to bring production ready SAE level 3 vehicles to market, the issue of monitoring the driver both physically and cognitively becomes more important in order to ensure a safe interaction between human and machine. Driver monitoring systems in vehicles have been commonplace in recent years, however only now, with the push towards level 3, is the introduction of camera based systems becoming more widespread.

Within this new report, SBD has covered a range of topics relating to driver monitoring systems, including explaining the need for the driver monitoring system within vehicles today. In addition to this, SBD has profiled a wide range of OEMs, tier 1 suppliers and other players that currently offer or are working on bringing to market driver monitoring solutions.

Profiles of OEMs, Tier 1, and others bringing Driver Monitoring solutions to market

When developing a driver monitoring system, there are a number of key factors to consider to ensure the system is well designed and effective in fulfilling its intended purpose. Successful and seamless integration of any driver monitoring system is key to its effectiveness. Any driver monitoring technology has to be unobtrusive and preferably invisible to the occupants of the vehicle.

SBD has rated each of the OEMs, tier 1 suppliers and other players against 3 specific factors that are considered important for the manufacturer or developer when introducing a driver monitoring system.

SBD believes that driver monitoring is essential for enabling higher levels of autonomy,  so we have created "Driver and Cabin Monitoring Technologies: Solutions for current L2 and requirements for future L3/4" to:

  • Explain why interior monitoring technologies are going to become more of a necessity for the deployment of higher levels of automation.

  • Indicate the active areas of research and the technologies being considered for both driver monitoring and child presence detection.

  • Analyse the research, concept and existing direct driver monitoring solutions (measuring various biometric aspects of the driver) from 42 major players.

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To find out more about this 2020 report, contact the SBD Sales Team