Real Time Driver Drowsiness DetectionSystem

  title={Real Time Driver Drowsiness DetectionSystem},
  author={A. Shewale and Pranita Chaudhari},
  journal={International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Energy},
  • A. Shewale, Pranita Chaudhari
  • Published 30 December 2014
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Energy
Nowadays, the main reason of road accidents is the drowsiness of driver. In this paper, we are focusing on designing of a system that will monitor the open or close state of drivers eyes in real time. Video camera is placed on a car desk in front of driver for monitoring eyes state of the driver. This system in turn detects drowsiness of driver. The system uses Viola Jones method which detects objects in the images i.e. detects face and eye localization is done by Haar like features. If eyes… Expand
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