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Driver and Occupant Monitoring Systems (DMS, OMS)

DMS and OMS, also referred to as cabin monitoring systems, are critical to combat driving distractions and improve safety within the vehicle. DMS/OMS uses sensors to analyze driver alertness, provide warning to the driver if needed, and apply the brakes or alternative autonomous vehicle steering.

Cabin monitoring design can be categorized into three key subsystems: processing, camera/sensor, and emitter. The system pairs an infrared 2D global shutter sensor with infrared LEDs/VCSELs to capture high quality images outside the visible light spectrum. A software algorithm layer ties all hardware inputs together to determine various driver and occupant states, such as drowsiness and distraction. Analog Devices offers all of these safety solutions with high integration and optimization to streamline your design needs.


Value and Benefits

Analog Devices’ Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link™ (GMSL) and power management solutions for driver and occupant (cabin) monitoring systems offer high efficiency and low noise while minimizing external components. Feature-rich products reduce design complexity and size along with offering automotive safety integrity level (ASIL)-compliant total solutions to help engineers resolve the design challenges of automotive DMS.

Our robust DMS and OMS designs are be optimized for space, power, and data transfer to withstand a rugged automotive environment and to ensure a smooth human-machine interface. We enable world-class in-cabin monitoring system designs with highly integrated solutions that dramatically reduce PCB area, drive high peak power, deliver reliable data, and ensure functional safety.

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Reduce design complexity and size

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Achieve high efficiency and low noise

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Optimize for space, power, and data transfer specific to use case

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