Corpus ID: 30725215

Driver's Drowsiness Detection System for IvvI Vehicle

  title={Driver's Drowsiness Detection System for IvvI Vehicle},
  author={Marco Javier Flores and Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Armingol and Arturo de la Escalera},
  booktitle={IWCIA Special Track on Applications},
Currently, the traffic accidents study is become important because they produce several died and hurt around the world. In this paper, a new Driver Assistance System (DAS) for automatic driver’s drowsiness detection based on visual information is presented. This algorithm works on several stages. Once is to localize the face position using Viola and Jones (VJ) object detector. Another is to localize the eye position using face anthropometric measurements and expectation maximization algorithm… Expand


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