Unresponsive Driver Intervention

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Unresponsive driver intervention is a critical concern in the development of active safety systems for passenger cars. Drowsiness and attention detection systems are equipped with sensors and steering wheel analysis to monitor a driver’s attentiveness and warn them to take a break when necessary. These systems are part of the second wave of active safety measures being installed in passenger cars, which also utilise sensors, cameras, radar, GPS, and lasers to prevent or minimise the impact of emergency situations, giving drivers greater control in hazardous scenarios. Active safety systems constantly monitor the vehicle’s performance and surroundings to avoid or mitigate accidents before they happen, but unresponsive driver intervention remains a significant challenge that requires ongoing research and development.

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