MuHu provides ADAS for mobile devices

MuHu Inc, a provider of video intelligence for the transportation industry, is offering its Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). This breakthrough in crash avoidance technology is the first ADAS live camera system to be available on a smartphone or tablet.

Leveraging the phone’s cameras and local processing capabilities for artificial intelligence-based object recognition, this ADAS technology helps prevent accidents by providing real-time audible and visual warnings to drivers and safety alerts to fleet managers.

The Android device mounts on the windshield of a vehicle, allowing forward-facing and selfie cameras to process video of the driver and the road ahead. ADAS alerts the driver of threats in real-time. Simultaneously, the system streams video and alerts to the cloud and notifies fleet managers of challenges the driver is actively facing. All events, video and analytics are available in real-time through MuHu’s SaaS portal.

MuHu’s ADAS includes:

•Forward collision—MuHu Follow Manager provides crash avoidance by warning drivers when they are driving too closely or approaching another vehicle.

•Lane departure—Drivers receive a warning if they are drifting out of their lane or off the road.

•Speeding by posted road signs—Using a combination of visual intelligence and mapping APIs, MuHu intelligently determines the speed limit and warns drivers when they are driving faster than they should.

In addition to these driver warnings, fleet managers receive alerts, video clips and driver analytics when their drivers are going too fast, accelerating or braking too hard, and/or experiencing G-sensor events such as those in crashes.

ADAS is available on all MuHu-enabled smartphones and tablets. Visit www.muhu.com for more information.

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