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Cars In & Nbsp; Russia Will Learn To Follow & Nbsp; Drivers

Cars In & Nbsp; Russia Will Learn To Follow & Nbsp; Drivers
Cars In & Nbsp; Russia Will Learn To Follow & Nbsp; Drivers

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The Russian software company Skytrack will begin development of a driver behavior monitoring system next year, which will warn of the risk of emergencies. As the agency RIA " said, it can become a standard equipment for all cars in Russia.

  • The system will be based on cameras that, using artificial intelligence, will monitor the driver's actions - for example, smoking while driving or talking on the phone. Sensors will appear that can check the technical condition of the car, as well as record speeding and departure from the route indicated in the navigator.
  • All information collected will be analyzed by artificial intelligence and compared with a database of typical emergency situations. If necessary, the system will warn the driver about the risk of an accident.
  • Skytrack plans to finish developing the new technology by 2022. The creators expect that it will reduce the accident rate by 50 percent, and in five years it will be installed on every car sold in Russia.
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Volvo prototype with cameras on the pillar and in the corner of the windshield

In the spring of 2019, Volvo showed a development with similar functionality, which will be implemented in all future models of the brand. The system is aimed at identifying drunk drivers and, if ignored, will automatically stop the car on the side of the road.

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