Detecting driver drowsiness using steering wheel cover

A Purdue University industrial engineering graduate has developed a technology for determining when a driver is drowsy.

Harsh Somani, president and chief executive officer of the Purdue-affiliated start-up Vastra, along with other Purdue colleagues, has devised a system for detecting driver fatigue and drowsiness from a fabric steering wheel cover.

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Posted by Geof Fisher on 10 January 2020

 

 

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