The holiday season can involve long or late-night driving, which is always a risk. Even the safest of drivers sometimes feel sleepy at the wheel. It only takes a moment of nodding off to risk your life and others.
Well, a high-tech solution was successfully funded on Indiegogo. Ridy is a distracted driving alert device that uses AI and machine learning to check that you’re concentrating on driving. Using face-tracking technology, it can tell if you might be dozing or reading your phone.
If Ridy spots any danger it sounds an alert to snap you out of it. It’s clever stuff, and it’s perfect for late-night drivers, those who drive for a living, and so on. In fact, it’s worth having in just about any vehicle.
Ridy works day or night, whether you have glasses on or not, and it doesn’t need an internet connection. It’s not logging your whereabouts for some government database either, before you ask. It’s just checking that your eyes are on the road.
Ridy at a glance:
- Detects and alerts when a driver loses concentration or gets dangerously distracted using machine vision analytics
- Installs on any car in just 60 seconds
- Works if you wear regular glasses and at night
- Doesn’t require an internet connection and operates 24/7
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