Paper Title : DRIVER EXHAUSTION DETECTION BASED ON FACIAL NODAL POINTS
ISSN : 2394-2231
Year of Publication : 2021
MLA Style: R.Sivabalan, P.Ajaykumar,M.Renganathan, G.Vignesh " DRIVER EXHAUSTION DETECTION BASED ON FACIAL NODAL POINTS " Volume 8 - Issue 2 March-April , 2021 International Journal of Computer Techniques (IJCT) ,ISSN:2394-2231 , www.ijctjournal.org
APA Style: R.Sivabalan, P.Ajaykumar,M.Renganathan, G.Vignesh " DRIVER EXHAUSTION DETECTION BASED ON FACIAL NODAL POINTS " Volume 8 - Issue 2 March-April , 2021 International Journal of Computer Techniques (IJCT) ,ISSN:2394-2231 , www.ijctjournal.org
Improvement of public safety and the reduction of accidents are of the important goals of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). One of the most important factors in accidents, especially on rural roads, is the driver fatigue and monotony. Fatigue reduces driver perceptions and decision making capability to control the vehicle. Researches show that usually the driver is fatigued after 1 hour of driving. Drowsiness and fatigue of automobile drivers reduce the drivers’ abilities of vehicle control, natural reflex, recognition and perception. Therefore it is very much necessary in this recent trend in automobile industry to incorporate driver assistance system that can detect drowsiness and fatigue of the drivers. This project presents a nonintrusive prototype computer vision system for monitoring a driver’s vigilance in real time. Eye tracking is one of the key technologies for future driver assistance systems since human eyes contain much information about the driver’s condition such as gaze, attention level, and fatigue level. Once the monitor detects the driver is drowsy, it will send a warning immediately to the driver. The aim is to reduce as many as accidents & let every driver can able to drive safely. With the help of renowned company care drive’s driver fatigue monitoring system, we can able to provide safety & can able to gain the trust and support from various clients. We are an exclusive distributor of Care drive Fatigue Monitoring System. Fatigue driving means a phenomenon where in long hours continuous driving, the drivers’ mental and physiological functions get disturbed, and drivers become eyes fuzzy and slow in reaction. Fatigue driving has negative affects to drivers’ attention, feeling, consciousness, thinking, judgment, decision and movement. Driving fatigue is not a disease, but a physical self-protective reaction. This always insists independent development and customer-oriented management system, through which we can able to maintain our quality standards. Real-time detection and tracking of the eye is an active area of research in computer vision community. Localization and tracking of the eye can be useful in face alignment. This project describes real time eye detection and tracking method that works under variable and realistic lighting conditions. It is based on a hardware system for the real-time acquisition of a driver’s images using camera and the software implementation for monitoring eye that can avoid the accidents. We can implement this project in real time using C#.NET as front end and SQL SERVER as back end.
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————— Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Nonintrusive, Eye tracking, Eyes Fuzzy, Driver’s Images, and Monitoring Eye .