Fleet Sense

DRIVER MONITORING DEVICE FOR FLEETS

Fleet Sense is Cipia’s (formerly Eyesight Technologies’) video telematics and driver monitoring device for fleets.

 

Fleet Sense offers an advanced in-cabin driver monitoring system designed to answer telematics system providers (TSPs) and the Fleets industry needs.

Using computer vision and Artificial Intelligence (AI) and with the help of an IR sensor, Fleet Sense tracks the driver’s head pose, eyelids and direction of gaze to provide real-time assessment of the driver’s state (attentive, distracted, drowsy), actions (smoking, wearing a face mask, a seatbelt, and holding a phone), and identity (recognition of enrolled drivers).

DMS designed for fleets

The detection of driver state, actions, driver ID and camera status enable life-saving and cost-saving features for telematics system providers (TSP), Fleets and drivers.

The driver receives real-time alerts when drowsiness, distraction or dangerous actions are detected, while the Fleet Management System (FMS) receives tailored real-time alerts according to their needs enabling optimization and increasing efficacy of fleet manager / dispatcher.

Drowsiness

Holding phone

Distraction

Driver ID

Smoking

Camera status

Seatbelt

DMS designed for fleets

Drowsiness

Holding Phone

Distraction

Driver ID

Smoking

Camera status

Seatbelt

The detection of driver state, actions, driver ID and camera status enable life-saving and cost-saving features for telematics system providers (TSP), Fleets and drivers.

The driver receives real-time alerts when drowsiness, distraction or dangerous actions are detected, while the Fleet Management System (FMS) receives tailored real-time alerts according to their needs enabling optimization and increasing efficacy of fleet manager / dispatcher.

We understand that TSPs’ and fleets’ require macro level snapshots and long term behavior analysis as opposed to the in-cabin real-time alerts that assist drivers in accident prevention.

We designed Fleet Sense to support fleet’s unique requirements.

The Fleet Sense device detects in real-time camera tampering and loss of calibration to notify the FMS and allow quick response to the situation. The data gathered enables high-level FMS driver ID,

workforce management enhancement and information which enable advanced driver scoring and training.

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Workforce management enhancement

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Driver scoring and training

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Post-accident analysis

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Easy integration into existing fleet management system

Powered by advanced AI technology

The underlaying technology powering Fleet Sense is based on Cipia’ (formerly Eyesight Technologies’) Driver Sense driver monitoring software.

Watch this video to see Driver Sense in action.

Driver Sense was developed under strict automotive standards for integration with vehicle safety systems, and was selected by car manufacturers worldwide for integration in production programs.

To learn more about Driver Sense (software solution) click here.

The Device

Highlights

Robustness

The underlying technology is designed to meet the safety standards and regulations automotive OEMs are facing, including Euro NCAP and the European General Safety Regulations.

Privacy

All video processing is done locally on the device. The end customer may choose whether to receive text based alerts only or include video snippets before and after an event. Under both cases, Cipia Technologies does not receive any video data of any kind.

Easy integration
An IOS / Android Installer app is used for quick installation and calibration. Flexible connectivity options to the in-vehicle telematics box using RS232, Bluetooth or Wifi, enable real-time data flow from the Fleet Sense devices to the existing FMS.
Tailored for fleet operations
The Fleet Sense cloud middleware simplifies and shortens integration time for direct communication with your FMS cloud. In addition, Fleet Sense offers an important distinction between driver alerts and fleet manager alerts, which are filtered to prevent overload.