About this webinar
Driver monitoring systems are becoming integral parts of modern cars driven by regulation, NCAP and market competition. What’s more, the COVID-19 pandemic, is accelerating the commercialization of thermal sensing, contactless health monitoring and wellness.
1. The 2020s will see virtual in-car assistants becoming “companions” to drivers
Technology developers are advancing emotional recognition (emotion AI) and health monitoring capabilities of Passenger Monitoring Systems (PMS) to improve their performance on driver distraction and driver drowsiness, which are increasingly becoming mandatory by regulation, NCAP and market competition. Innovation in these domains will progress PMS from accident mitigation to prevention.
2. Driver wellbeing becomes the next key UX in future mobility
What’s more, integrating technologies of predictive personalization for safety, such as active health monitoring with seat-integrated safety systems, with conveniences, such as next-generation voice assistants, lighting, and personalized audio, will advance USPs to wellbeing.
3. COVID accelerates timelines for contactless passenger monitoring technologies & next-level cabin sterilization
Automakers & suppliers are investigating ways to virus-proof their vehicles to win customers in the post Covid-19 market. Post-pandemic demand for superior cabin air filters, cabin air filtration systems and sterilization devices will gain traction.
Contactless Health Monitoring is becoming an area of interest in this pandemic considering the need of passengers and drivers to be screened while driving. UVeye has developed contact-free inspection systems equipped with infrared thermal sensors that can detect passengers and drivers with potential coronavirus fever through the windshield. Vayyar announced that its 4D imaging sensors will be used by the Israeli government to fight the spread of COVID-19.
4. Autonomous driving creates a challenge for passenger monitoring but an new opportunity for passenger wellness
With the impending type approval for Level 3 systems, drivers will be allowed to take their “eyes-off the road” and engage to other, secondary tasks until they are required to take over again. This creates a challenge to advance technology which can establish the availability of the driver to takeover. But it also creates an opportunity for passenger wellness since it could give drivers time back during automated driving modes – about 50 minutes per day according to Audi, hence a 25th hour. What drivers engage with during this time can unlock new revenue opportunities for the automotive ecosystem.
Join our webinar to learn about
- the timelines of regulatory mandates for passenger monitoring features in major geographies which make PMS integral part of future cars;
- how the COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the commercialization of technologies such as thermal sensing and contactless health monitoring in modern car interiors;
- benchmarking of features available in current vs future passenger monitoring systems
- FutureBridge’s tracker of leading disruptors in automotive cockpits
- the critical steps to progress to humanized AI, which “senses” passenger needs and provides enhanced comfort and predictive personalization
I head up FutureBridge’s syndicated research and thought leadership in future mobility culminated in our Mobility Insider. Combining economics & finance education with research and consulting experience in the forefront of automotive technology, I advise clients on roadmaps to new mobility.
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