To be showcased at the 2023 Brisbane Truck Show, DriveRisk’s DriveAlert+ AI technology helps drivers to avoid incidents by recognising, predicting, and alerting them of risky behaviours
DriveRisk – winner of the 2021 HVIA Safety Innovation Award- will be showcasing its industry-leading driver safety monitoring systems that enable fleet operators to identify and correct unsafe behavioural patterns.
Its DriveCam SF Series devices with MV + AI utilises a combination of internal and external cameras featuring wide-angle dual lenses plus an integrated microphone to provide reliable event recording.
Built-in access to the mobile data network allows video events to be uploaded instantly while in-built machine vision and artificial intelligence enables operators to identify risk with greater fidelity than ever before.
DriveCam integrates with DriveAlert+, a driver fatigue monitoring system and early warning solution that actively tracks eyes, facial position and movement, using artificial intelligence, to detect fatigue and distracted driving behaviours.
Acting as a second set of eyes in the cab, DriveAlert+ AI technology helps drivers to avoid incidents by recognising, predicting, and alerting them of risky behaviours to help them become more engaged on the road.
The technology is trained to recognise high-risk patterns of driving behaviours using more than 250 billion kilometres of human-curated, verified, and labelled examples of high-risk driving behaviours resulting in highly accurate detection with a low false-positive rate.
An auditory alarm and seat vibration attachment re-engage drivers detected for distraction or fatigue, while events are monitored by a dedicated monitoring centre. Critical events are notified within 20 minutes of occurrence.
Data and reports for DriveCam and DriveAlert+ can be reviewed in the same, easy-to-use online dashboard from any web enabled device.
Location: Stand 322, Plaza Level
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