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Automotive Imaging and Sensing Suite

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CALABASAS, Calif., Jan. 18, 2022 — The single-camera AutoSense driver and occupancy monitoring solution from DTS Inc. and Xperi Corp. enables enhanced sensing functionality while lowering system level integration, calibration, and installation costs.

The system is Euro NCAP and GSR regulatory compliant, supporting a host of features such as visual distraction, manual distraction, activity detection, hands-on steering wheel detection, seat occupancy, age classification, body skeleton detection, and more. It dynamically self-calibrates with camera orientation, increasing user experience functionality and deploying through edge computing without a need for cloud connectivity.
Jan 2022

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