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Driver Distraction Enforcement

Discussion of forensic issues related to all types of mobile phones and underlying technologies (GSM, GPRS, UMTS/3G, HSDPA, LTE, Bluetooth etc.)
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RolfGutmann
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Driver Distraction Enforcement

Post Posted: Jan 15, 18 11:56

In an unusual request we search for a technical system to enforce car drivers distracted by mobileing. The system should identify drivers in-use of a mobile (video surveillance system).

Who knows/has in operation a proper mobile video-surveillance system to catch drivers mobileing?
Is there an unknown manufacturer globally we missed? (We run a weDIY system actually but search for the best in class solution).

Please PM-only me.  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: Driver Distraction Enforcement

Post Posted: Jan 15, 18 15:22

- RolfGutmann
In an unusual request ...


In what is it unusual? Question

It seems to me like a pretty standard one from you:

Anyone knows ....

<insert here any advanced and presumably rare new technology>

... PM only.

The only unusual part is the missing DFTC.

jaclaz
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RolfGutmann
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Re: Driver Distraction Enforcement

Post Posted: Jan 16, 18 09:20

The problem is that LEO systems are a small market and solutions often extremely expensive. But the security of pedestrians, little children and elderly people is important.

Driver Distractions is the cancer of 2018 on the streets.  
 
  

Bunnysniper
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Re: Driver Distraction Enforcement

Post Posted: Jan 16, 18 12:38

- RolfGutmann

Is there an unknown manufacturer globally we missed? .


Did you ever ask Continental or Bosch for such a camera? This would be my first idea and you would get an answer in german. Where else do the car brands buy the cams to detect tired car drivers?

Just my 2 cent.  
 
  

RolfGutmann
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Re: Driver Distraction Enforcement

Post Posted: Jan 16, 18 12:50

Good point! The drivers readiness 'sensor' (operated by Nvidida K1 in A8) we will include into Car Forensics post-crash Smile

I actually search for an outside-in solution to enforce the masses of distracted drivers as it has a very bad side-effect of killing little kids after the traffic lights as switching concentration from mobile to street is slower than humans realize.  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: Driver Distraction Enforcement

Post Posted: Jan 16, 18 14:00

- RolfGutmann
I actually search for an outside-in solution to enforce the masses of distracted drivers as it has a very bad side-effect of killing little kids after the traffic lights as switching concentration from mobile to street is slower than humans realize.


And here I am failing to understand.

Are you going to have a new Law mandating the use of the technology on private cars? (ALL cars transiting in Switzerland, much like an extension of the "vignette")

Or are you wanting to put - say - at each cross road, on the same pole as the traffic light, a camera that can automagically see if a driver approaching the intersection is distracted?

And what would happen when/if the automagical camera detects such a situation?
1) a loud horn starts blasting
2) a few weeks later the driver gets a hefty fine at home
3) a Police patrol stops the driver a few hundred meters after he haphazardly crossed the intersection while distracted
4) something else or a combination of the above

jaclaz
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RolfGutmann
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Re: Driver Distraction Enforcement

Post Posted: Jan 16, 18 14:19

1-out-of-3 is mobileing while driving low speed in-city.  
 

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