The Significance of Fatigue Driver Monitor Systems in Detecting Driving Status
Fatigue driver monitor systems are integral to modern vehicle safety technology, aiding in the detection of driver fatigue and ensuring safer roads. This essay explores the importance of these systems in detecting driving status, emphasizing their role in accident prevention, improving road safety, and enhancing driver well-being.
One of the primary advantages of fatigue driver monitor systems is their ability to prevent accidents. These systems employ advanced technologies like facial recognition, eye tracking, and steering pattern analysis to assess driver behavior and identify signs of fatigue or drowsiness. By continuously monitoring the driver’s condition, these systems issue timely alerts such as audible warnings or vibrating seats, prompting the driver to take a break or rest. By intervening before accidents occur, fatigue driver monitor systems help prevent collisions caused by driver inattentiveness or delayed reactions due to fatigue.
Fatigue driver monitor systems significantly contribute to overall road safety. Fatigue-related accidents often lead to severe injuries and fatalities. By detecting signs of fatigue, these systems ensure that drivers remain alert and focused on the road, reducing the risk of accidents caused by drowsy driving. The continuous monitoring of driving status encourages drivers to adopt safer habits, including regular breaks, proper sleep schedules, and recognizing the importance of driver well-being.
The implementation of fatigue driver monitor systems prioritizes driver well-being. Extended periods of driving, monotonous road conditions, and sleep deprivation can contribute to driver fatigue. By monitoring vital signs and driving behavior, these systems promote self-awareness and encourage drivers to prioritize their health and rest needs. By reducing fatigue-related incidents, fatigue driver monitor systems also alleviate stress and anxiety associated with potential accidents, ensuring a more positive driving experience.
The integration of fatigue driver monitor systems into vehicles plays a critical role in detecting driver fatigue and promoting safer roads. By utilizing advanced technologies to assess driving status, these systems help prevent accidents, improve road safety, and prioritize driver well-being. By intervening before potential collisions occur, fatigue driver monitor systems provide drivers with timely alerts and reminders to take breaks and rest, reducing the risk of accidents caused by fatigue. Moreover, these systems promote self-awareness and encourage drivers to adopt safer driving habits, ultimately contributing to a positive and secure driving experience for all road users.
- DMM includes 10 sub-functions: Fatigue Driving Alarm, Distracted Driving Alarm, Phone Call Alarm, Smoking Alarm, Yawn Alarm, No Driver Alarm, Sunglasses Alarm, No Seatbelt Alarm, No Facemask Alarm and Lens Coverage Alarm;
- The 9 sub-functions mentioned above could be set to turn on or off No Facemask Alarm is off and other alarms are on by default;
- Each alarm could trigger an alarm video of no less than 20 seconds, recording driver’s status 10s before and after the alarm and alarm behavior.
FRM (Face Recognition Monitoring)
- The device could input the driver’s face information；
- Complete face recognition after powering on and return to identify results by voice;
- When face recognition fails, the device will enter into a 20s real-time video recording automatically to record the current recognized driver.
- 1920×1080/25 fps or 30 fps 264 coding full high-definition recording;
- Support 128GB Micro SD card inserting to record, allowing for accumulating 120-hour recording and circular recording.
Wireless Communication and Network Communication
- Wi-Fi supports that the mobile is directly connected to the device, calibrating, setting and replaying the device;
- 4G supports remote real-time video stream, automatic uploading of alarm video recording and alarm information, and remote upgrading function；
- Compatible with external USB-LAN convertor cables, users can use network cable to view the device’s RTSP stream.
940 IR LED
- Ensure the accurate monitoring towards the driver in recognized lighting condition;
- Ensure the accurate monitoring towards drivers with wearing polarized sunglasses.
STONKAM driver monitor system includes 10 sub-functions: fatigue driving alarm, distracted driving alarm, phone call alarm, smoking alarm, yawn alarm, no driver alarm, sunglasses alarm, no seatbelt alarm, no facemask alarm, and lens coverage alarm.
The 9 sub-functions mentioned above could be set to turn on or off respectively.
The device could input the driver’s face information.
Complete face recognition after powering on and return to identify results by voice. When face recognition fails, the device will enter into a 20s real-time video recording automatically to record the current recognized driver.
Driver monitor system detects drivers’ fatigue status by eye closure rate, no matter at day or night and no matter when drivers are with mask on or off, or wear glasses or sunglasses. When fatigue driving is detected, the system will send alarms to
warn drivers and record videos, preventing severe accidents.
The system can identify whether drivers are making phone calls accurately, no
matter whether they wear mask or not. When making phone calls lasting over 4 seconds is detected, the system will send sound and visual alarms to warn drivers to prevent accidents.
No matter whether drivers wear masks or not, when their line of sight deviates from the driving direction, the system will give sound and visual alarms to drivers automatically.
The system can accurately identify whether drivers wear masks or not, and when they drive without them, it will send sound and visual alarms to warn drivers to prevent accidents.
When a driver is detected smoking, the system will send sound and visual alarms to warn them to prevent accidents.
The device triggers the sunglasses alarm when it detects that a driver is wearing sunglasses for 2-4 seconds.
The device triggers a lens coverage alarm when the device has detected the coverage of the lens for 20 seconds.
The driver fatigue monitoring system can connect to the Android APP designed by STONKAM® on mobile phones via Wi-Fi. Device configuration, file uploading, and other functions can be easily done on web UI.
When the system detects abnormal driving behaviors, it will automatically give alarms and record for about 20 seconds of 720P/1080P HD resolution on 1 x 128GB (Max.) Micro SD card.
New DMS camera with built-in 4G, wifi, and GPS, it can transmit video and driver status alarms directly to the platform and server, with no need to connect with an extra DVR, simple and cost-effective for your fleet.
The system records the vehicle’s position and speed through GPS when an alarm is triggered. When the vehicle speed falls below the starting speed, which is set in APP, the system will stop working automatically without manual operation. For example, if there is traffic congestion and your vehicle starts moving slowly, then it will automatically start working again once you are moving normally.
The Stonkam® driver monitoring system is suitable for a variety of vehicles, such as buses, trucks, and construction machinery.
|Resolution/Frame Per Second
FHD 1920 x 1080/25f or 1920 x 1080/30f
|1CH,AHD,1920 x 1080/25f or 1920 x 1080/30f
|Video Coding Format
|720P or 1080P
|SD Card Type/Capacity
|Micro SD Card / Support Max. 128GB
|Recording File Format
|MP4 / AVI Format
|110 x 86.5 x 64mm
Key Components Descriptions of DMS
System Connection and Cable Definition
|Different light and wearing glasses have minor influence on accuracy
|Different light and wearing glasses have major influence on accuracy
|Below 0.3W, pass EN 62471: 2008 examination, safe for eyes
Above 1.5W, danger to eyes, even strong enough to burn plastic bags