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Tiredness causes one in six accidents but fitting new cars with a driver fatigue system could improve every motorist’s safety out on the road. If manufacturers were too deeply embed a facial recognition system with the current pre-crash detection technologies, drivers would effectively have a 24/7 co-pilot on their shoulder. A guardian angel ready to react at a nanosecond's notice.

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For everybody, from commercial fleet operators down to the average private motorist, our roads have never been busier or more fraught with hazards. Drivers have to contend with often poor roads, traffic jams and the regrettable actions of others. In short, driving carries risk. Today though, technology comes to our aid with the A.I. innovation that is the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), otherwise known as Driver Assist.

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Since 2009, EXEROS Technologies has been a pioneering force in vehicle safety technology, providing smart camera solutions to safeguard transport fleets nationwide. With the vehicle safety product range now featuring AI driver-assist, anti-fog and 360o systems – and with more innovations on the way – the company has grown far beyond the origins of vehicle CCTV, leading to the new brand identity

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ULEZ-LondonThe Mayor of London is bringing the world's first Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) charge forward by 17 months with a new proposed start date of 8 April 2019.

The restrictions replace the existing T-charge and will affect all vehicles entering the capital as it will be implemented across the same area as the existing congestion charge, however the ULEZ will be enforced for the maximum 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year.

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TFL-Direct-Vision-StandardAs part of the Mayor of London’s 'Vision Zero' plan to reduce the number of road accidents involving heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), Transport for London (TfL) have released interim ratings and guidelines for the upcoming Direct Vision Standard (DVS) scheme that will affect all HGV fleets from 2020.

For those not up-to-date with the latest proposals, the DVS will give all HGVs across the capital a star rating from zero (lowest) to five (highest) based on how clearly the driver can see around the vehicle through the windows of the cab.

 

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How Facial Recognition technology can help prevent truck driver fatigue

Tiredness causes one in six accidents but fitting new cars with a driver fatigue system could improve every motorist’s safety out on the road. If manufacturers were too deeply embed a facial recognition system with the current pre-crash detection technologies, drivers would effectively have a 24/7 co-pilot on their shoulder. A guardian angel ready to react at a nanosecond's notice.

ADAS: Automotive Innovation On The Road

For everybody, from commercial fleet operators down to the average private motorist, our roads have never been busier or more fraught with hazards. Drivers have to contend with often poor roads, traffic jams and the regrettable actions of others. In short, driving carries risk. Today though, technology comes to our aid with the A.I. innovation that is the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), otherwise known as Driver Assist.

We're proud to launch our new brand identity

Since 2009, EXEROS Technologies has been a pioneering force in vehicle safety technology, providing smart camera solutions to safeguard transport fleets nationwide. With the vehicle safety product range now featuring AI driver-assist, anti-fog and 360o systems – and with more innovations on the way – the company has grown far beyond the origins of vehicle CCTV, leading to the new brand identity

Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in London Brought Forward to April 2019

ULEZ-LondonThe Mayor of London is bringing the world's first Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) charge forward by 17 months with a new proposed start date of 8 April 2019.

The restrictions replace the existing T-charge and will affect all vehicles entering the capital as it will be implemented across the same area as the existing congestion charge, however the ULEZ will be enforced for the maximum 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year.

TFL's Direct Vision Standard for HGVs

TFL-Direct-Vision-StandardAs part of the Mayor of London’s 'Vision Zero' plan to reduce the number of road accidents involving heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), Transport for London (TfL) have released interim ratings and guidelines for the upcoming Direct Vision Standard (DVS) scheme that will affect all HGV fleets from 2020.

For those not up-to-date with the latest proposals, the DVS will give all HGVs across the capital a star rating from zero (lowest) to five (highest) based on how clearly the driver can see around the vehicle through the windows of the cab.

 

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