Advanced Driver Assistance System using Image Processing Techniques

  • Rani* S
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Driverless car technology is being extensively researched in both academia and industry. But it will take a while until they are sustainable in the present conditions and commercially viable. Until then driving will be done by humans and has room for error like all other humane activities. The driver analysis system tries to gauge the ability of a driver and soundness of their skill. The proposed Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) authenticates a driver by recognizing their face, leaving no room for misuse by unauthorized personnel as well as prevents theft. It keeps track of the driver's activity by continuously monitoring the driver and detects drowsiness of the driver. When the trip ends, the system produces a summary of the trip with the details.




Rani*, S. V. J., & Kavya, R. (2019). Advanced Driver Assistance System using Image Processing Techniques. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 3377–3382.

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