eyeSight Technologies Collaborates with Soling to Bring Next Generation Driver Monitoring Systems to the Chinese Automotive Market


BEIJING – (ACN Newswire) – eyeSight Technologies, a leading provider of embedded computer visionandAI solutions, has joined forces with Soling Industrial Co.(Stock Code: 002766), a Shenzhen-based AutomotiveTier-1 enterprise specializing in research and development, production and sales of software and hardware for the entire industry chain,to bring together advanced driver monitoring technologyto the Chinese Automotive market.

The two companies have entered a strategic cooperation aimed at utilizing eyeSight’s driver monitoring technology to optimize vehicle safety systems in real-time. The joint solution will tackle the widespread driving hazard ofblind spots, by using eyeSight’s advanced gaze detection capabilities to track the driver’s gaze trajectory in order to understand when the driver’s vision is hindered by a blind spot. With this advanced solution, safety mechanisms can be triggered in real-time to compensate for driver’s blind-spots and avoid hazardous situations on the road.

In addition, eyeSight’s sensing technology can provide a real-time assessment of the driver’s state by tracking the driver’s head position and gaze trajectory to determine if thedriver isdistracted, for example when using the phone or speaking to another passenger, allowing to trigger systems alerts accordingly.

The demand for driver monitoring in China is increasing, and the joint Soling-eyeSight Driver Monitoring solution is ideal toanswer this risingneed.The joint solution is already requested by several OEMs and is expected to be launched in China in two vehicle models by 2020, hitting the market in thousands of new vehicles every quarter.

“We are excited to collaboratewith Soling and bring to the market an advanced solution that can help save lives by tracking the driver’s state in real-time”said Gideon Shmuel, CEO of eyesight, “Our market leading edge-based computer vision technology will improve the driving experience and create a safer driving environment”

As a leading company in the automobile manufacturer solution industry, Soling’s advanced hardware products include CID, full LCD cluster and advanced driver assist systems that are sold in more than 60 countries. Soling has been successfully providing professional services and components to leading automobile manufacturers such as Mazda, GAC Group, Toyota, Fiat, among others.

About eyeSight Technologies
eyeSight offers the most advanced Embedded Computer Vision and Deep Learning solutions, bringing user awareness and gesture recognition technologies to a variety of devices and industries. The company’s technology improves daily life experiences with the car, the home, and other consumer electronics with intelligent interactions that are responsive to the presence of users and their actions. eyeSight’s solutions utilize advanced proprietary algorithms to enhance interactions both actively, with touch-free gesture control, or using passive sensing for personalized experiences based on user detection and identification.
For more information, visit www.eyesight-tech.com

About Soling
Founded in 1997, Soling Industrial Co. (Stock Code: 002766) is a leading Shenzhen-based Automotive Tier-1 enterprise, and a prominent player in the Chinese automotive industry. The company specializes in research and development, production, and sales of software and hardware for the entire automobile industry chain. Soling’s business coverswide areas from hardware design and production, to cloud services, content services among others. Soling’s IPO listed in 2015 and the market value has reached 8.3 billion USD. Soling owns 4 factories and 3 R&D centers, its advanced products including CID, full LCD cluster and advanced driver assistant system are sold in more than 60 countries and areas globally.

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