Its good to see a company like arm go public endorsing inward cameras, and as ML says, publicly stating the technology isnt ready for 2 years which reinforces what that awful Mr Kroeger said in his stupid tiresome videos. I anticipate we will follow their revenue model but 100m cars will need inward cameras, its too big a space for us to cover completely and the OEMs need alternative supplies of parts, might develop into a credible alternative but does it match the spec i wonder without IP infringement. By the time Tobii get their act together after the fund raising, the 3 could cover the cars comfortably 3-4 yrs down the line. Trucks dont have rear view mirrors and neither do trains or planes or simulators or ATC etc etc & snakes do not have arms. so never open a t-shirt shop for snakes. I see Apple are up to something http://bgr.com/2015/05/18/apple-car-rumors-electric-battery/ its not what people say publicly they are up to its the little bits joined up that give you the news before it happens.
Nice to see the competion are so far behind. Clearly they never went to CES. I'm sure most of us wld be more than happy to let them save millions in testing and years of development, and buy us out for a quid a share!
RE: Competition from ARM no less...
from Daily Mail too, more info: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3098639/The-buzzing-steering-wheel-help-save-lives-Cockpit-cameras-read-drivers-faces-alert-falling-asleep-eyes-road.html
Competition from ARM no less...
This was posted over on ADVFN by a regular user (and a holder of SEE shares): http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/11632282/Vibrating-steering-wheel-to-keep-drivers-awake.html It's not entirely clear from the article whether the system additionally detects distraction as well as fatigue however.
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