Seeing Machines, a specialist in computer vision technologies that enable machines to see, understand and assist people, will demonstrate its latest FOVIO Driver Monitoring Platform technology at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 9th through January 12th.
With 17 years of research and development, the production debut of its FOVIO DMS (Driver Monitoring System) technology on the 2018 Cadillac CT6, and a growing range of OEM and Tier One industry partners, Seeing Machines is uniquely positioned as a leader in the deployment of camera-based DMS for the automotive market.
Seeing Machines will conduct private demonstrations to showcase its latest automotive DMS technology and features. This includes a new embedded platform, based on production-ready silicon, and an automotive-grade reference camera solution, designed to enable the company's customers to more easily develop and launch DMS applications.
The Seeing Machines FOVIO Driver Monitoring technology can also be found integrated into its Tier One partners' demonstrations at CES:
- Autoliv Learning Intelligent Vehicle (LIV) 2.0 research vehicles -- Spring Hill Suites (by Autoliv invitation only) -- CES Booth #NP8 in the LVCC Gold Lot
- Robert Bosch ShowCar -- CES Central Hall, Booth #14028