LAS VEGAS, Jan. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Jungo, a leading provider of in-cabin driver and cabin sensing software, is proud to debut its latest CoDriver v1.10 software stack, enabling OEMs, Tier 1’s and aftermarket manufacturers and fleet suppliers quickly embed accurate, robust, cost effective and compute friendly solution for driver monitoring and cabin sensing.

With the debut of Level 2+ vehicles, and increasing regulatory requirements around the globe, the need to create driver and passenger-aware vehicles increases rapidly. CoDriver v1.10 offers a complete, AI based software stack, enabling vehicles to determine among others:

  • Driver state, including distraction, fatigue, hands of wheel, driver ID
  • Occupancy count, positions, posture and activity
  • Forgotten kids, left items and cabin readiness

All using standard 2D NIR cameras and utilizing existing compute in the vehicle to dramatically reduce costs and time to market.

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“Jungo’s CoDriver v1.10 is a leap forward in terms of enabling OEMs, Tier 1’s,  aftermarket and fleet suppliers to quickly and affordably implement required driver and cabin sensing functionality in their vehicles,” said Ophir Herbst, CEO of Jungo. “With multiple production deals awarded in 2018 to Jungo, CoDriver sets the standard for next generation in-cabin sensing AI software.”

Jungo at CES

Jungo will be demonstrating CoDriver v1.10 at the Qualcomm Technologies automotive booth, located at the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall, booth #5609. Multiple Jungo customers will demonstrate CoDriver at CES as well.

To set up a meeting, or to request evaluation of CoDriver, email codriver@jungo.com

About Jungo

Jungo Connectivity was founded in 2013 as an automotive software divestiture from Cisco Systems.  Jungo’s CoDriver – in-cabin driver monitoring solution – enables automakers to create safer cars today, and transition into autonomous vehicles of tomorrow.

Contact:
Yuval Ben Zeev
VP Business Development
Jungo Connectivity Ltd.
yuvalb@jungo.com

SOURCE Jungo



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