Xylon, provider of IP cores, services and solutions based on adaptive SoC and FPGA devices, has introduced its driver monitoring system (DMS) technology suite, dubbed ARTIEYE, designed as a comprehensive collection of modules to cover all AI designer needs, from road data collection and neural networks optimization, all the way to full AI implementations in embedded hardware. The ARTIEYE suite enables users to skip years of development and take full control over their DMS products.
Developed to simplify the intricate task of developing DMS and in-cabin AI systems, Xylon reports that the ARTIEYE suite is the culmination of extensive experience in driver monitoring technology over the past decade. Simplifying the intricate task of AI system development, the suite consists of pre-verified, customizable modules covering various stages of development. It begins with the creation of a remotely tracked test fleet equipped with heterogeneous sensor kits, followed by data acquisition in lab and road environments, and the establishment of AI data sets and bio-medically grounded ground truth sets. The suite integrates different neural networks optimized for detecting driver drowsiness and visual, manual and cognitive distractions.
What’s more, ARTIEYE provides a comprehensive demo and evaluation platform based on the AMD Zynq UltraScale+ adaptive SoC, enabling real-time implementation of DNN models. For testing, Xylon has developed automated test benches, leveraging the logiRECORDER, the company’s hardware-in-the-loop-capable datalogger.
Davor Kovačec, Xylon’s founder and CEO, said: “The solutions that came as a direct result of that experience helped us make ARTIEYE a comprehensive technology suite that speeds up time-to-market and saves on R&D costs by allowing developers to quickly customize and adopt the provided modules for different in-cabin applications.”
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