Mindtronic AI debuts biometric sensing meta-service for automotive applications

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Taiwan-based startup Mindtronic AI has detailed what it says is the world’s first automotive meta-service, a biometric sensing technology that provides instant access to any visible object in the real world.

Working with telecom companies, vehicle rental firms and car manufacturers to deploy its technology, the company says that the arrival of the meta-service will see the creation of a new type of data in the form of a user’s instant interest.

Mindtronic AI has partnered with V2X Network, an autonomous transaction platform for the mobility ecosystem, allowing its Meta-Service to learn drivers’ patterns via its biometric sensing technology. The startup says this is able to precisely predict a driver’s current interest, connecting the internet and local services into one combined metaverse.

“Originally we just made our biometric sensing technology on the road for monitoring drivers’ drowsiness. Today we push it further to infer drivers’ interest by analyzing their behaviors”, said Sharon Jiang, CEO of Mindtronic AI. “The service of future mobility is transformed from physical mobility to data mobility, and the car becomes more intelligent than ever to provide passenger services proactively!”

In addition to the Meta-Service, Mindtronic AI has been working on its automotive-grade designs built with edge-based AI deep learning for both cockpit design and sub-systems. The partnerships between the company and automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and Tier 1 suppliers in the smart cockpit and advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) have allowed Mindtronic AI to continue refining its research and products with a view on the experiencing the future today.

The company suggests that there is great potential for 3D immersive bio-interactive UI, with Mindtronic AI’s NOAH system offering a 3D digital cluster with embedded facial recognition and driving monitoring system (DMS). This can be further enhanced with a cockpit upgraded with an AI domain controller under the Dirigent system, and at the center of it all is its DMX ADAS.

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Lawrence has been covering engineering subjects – with a focus on motorsport technology – since 2007 and has edited and contributed to a variety of international titles. Currently, he oversees Automotive Powertrain Technology and Professional Motorsport World magazines as editor.

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