The contest 2019 – Second Prize: Automatic dozing warning system for driver

Author group: Han Tho Nhat Phu, Hoang Quoc Huy

Instructor: Dao Van Phung

Unit: An Luong Dong High School

The drowsiness while driving is the cause of more than 30% of trafic accidents, especially with long-distance trips. Therefore, warning the driver when there is sleepiness is an urgent issue to help reduce the rate of traffic accidents. So it is necessary to have a warning system for car drivers to fall asleep simple, convenient and popular for car drivers. That is why the authors choose to implement the topic: DOZING WARNING SYSTEM FOR DRIVER

That system based on the Ubunt – an open source operating system to develop the project with the following functions: Build a system to help drivers avoid the unfortunate accidents; It is easy to use and completely free; The open source operating system Ubuntu is less popular, but it is suitable for authors in research and practice.
When the system is installed on the car, the camera facing the driver will capture the driver’s face image. The algorithms programmed in the system are responsible for detecting blinking status in real time. Through the surveillance camera by detecting and comparing the most recent face state in the database store, to give the eye aperture with continuous image sequence level analysis at 5 frames picture / second. After seeing the driver’s sign of dozing the system will emit a warning sound signal.
The system works well in particularly low light conditions. Data is stored securely, mastering the database, so high customization and mobility will integrate into today’s popular handsets (mobile phones and tablets). . No physical contact with the system is required. Sensitive sensor system, quick warning. Warranty, maintenance fast, convenient and economical, low cost.

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