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‡ Introduction to Telematics.

‡ History of Telematics.
‡ Transport Telematics.
‡ Telematics Technology: Artificial Passenger.
‡ Artificial Passenger :Introduction.
‡ Why such Systems?
‡ What does it do?
‡ Background of Invention.
÷
evices used in Artificial Passenger.
÷ Architecture of Artificial Passenger.
÷ Working of Artificial Passenger.
÷ Advantages of Artificial Passenger.
÷ Applications of Artificial Passenger.
÷ Future Applications.
÷ Conclusion.
Telematics

Computers Telecommunication

6 Shift in the interpretation of term


telematics towards applications based on
wireless communication.
÷ conomic and social organization of the
society would be well transformed.

÷ Subsequently resulted in smaller and


cheaper computers.

÷ Computation time was a challenge


previously, neither could they be
connected to each other.
÷ With development of smaller PC·s in 70·s
widespread computation came into effect.

÷ Computers became geographically


distributed, need for data exchange aroused.

÷ Thus using telecommunication technologies


were used to connect computers.
¦ THIS WAS BIRTH OF ´T ATICSµ
History

First Stolen Car.

÷ Also known as Intelligent Transportation


System(ITS) and Transport Information and
Control System(TCS).

÷ xample : Navigation System.


÷ The AP is an artificial intelligence²based
companion .

÷ The heart of the system is a conversation


planner .
¦ icrophone.
¦ Camera.
¦ Voice Analyzer.

÷ Slow responses and a lack of intonation are


signs of fatigue.
÷ We can make predictions about various
aspects of driver performance.

÷ The natural dialog car system analyzes a


driver·s answer.

÷
etects if a driver is affected by alcohol
or drugs.
÷ ëThe AP is an artificial intelligence²based
companion that will be resident in software
and chips embedded in the automobile
dashboard0 

¦ It is a Natural anguage companion.

¦ It is a Sleep preventive device in cars to


overcome drowsiness.

¦ It is a ife safety system.


Why such systems?
÷ National survey in UK and USA observed
driver fatigue annually causes :

÷ Cause :yeclosure of onehalf second to


as long as 2 to 3 seconds.

÷ It is said that the normal human eye blinks


lasts 0.2 to 0.3 second.
What does it do?

÷ Natural language companion.

÷ Sleep preventive device in cars to overcome


drowsiness.

÷ ife safety system.

÷
etects alarm conditions through sensors.

÷ Broadcasts prestored voice messages over the


speakers.

÷ Captures images of the driver.


Background Of Invention«
÷
uring the night times the driver could
get sleepier which may be porn to
accidents.

÷ Precautions:
¦ Use of simulation drinks (e.g.: coffee and tea)
¦ Some tablets to prevent sleeping.
¦ iniature system installed in driver·s hat.
Continued«
÷ These methods are some times inefficient.

M introduces a new sleep prevention


technology device called as ´MMM


µ developed by
imitry Kanevsky
and Wlodek Zadrozny.

6 This software holds the conversation with


driver to determine whether the driver can
respond alertly enough.

evices Used Is Artificial Passenger
÷ The main devices that are used in this
artificial passenger are:
¦ ye tracker or Camera.
¦ Voice recognizer or speech recognizer.
¦ Touch sensors.

evices Used Is Artificial Passenger
÷ à  
 

¦ yetracking hardware is either mounted on a


user's head or mounted remotely.

¦ Both systems measure the corneal reflection of


an infrared light emitting diode ( 
).

¦ This action causes the pupil to appear as a bright


disk in contrast to the surrounding iris and
creates a small glint (shine) underneath the pupil.
Continued«
¦ It is this glint that headmounted and remote
systems use for tracking.
Architecture of Artificial Passenger
Architecture

÷ Picks up words and separates them by use of some


software.
Architecture

÷ Tracks lip movement and improve the accuracy of speech


recognition .
Architecture

÷ Sensor alarms when the door is not locked


Architecture

÷ Sensor will periodically sprinkles the sweet air inside the


vehicle.
Architecture

÷ Used for the entertainment purpose.


Architecture

÷ inked to the dialog system by wireless network system


Coupled with
Architecture
6Car media, driver profile, conversational
planner.
6
river analyzer module

6It controls interruption of a dialog between the


driver and the car dashboard (for example,
interrupting a conversation to deliver an urgent
message about traffic conditions on an expected
driver route).
Working of Artificial Passenger.
Components Supporting Working«
÷ Automatic Speech Recognizer (ASR)
÷ Natural anguage Processor (N P)
÷
river analyzer
÷ Conversational planner (CP)
÷ Alarm
÷ xternal service provider
÷ icrophone
÷ Camera
Continued«
÷   
¦ It picks up the words and separate it using
speech recognition software.

÷ O 
¦ A camera built into the dashboard used to
track the lip movement of the driver to
improve the accuracy of the speech
recognition.
Continued«
÷   
 
 
¦ There are two types of ASR:
ï First ASR decodes the drivers voice and decoded
data is an input to N P.
ï Second ASR decodes voice of car media, decodes
tapes, audio books, telephone mails.
Continued«
÷ ^ 

  ^
¦ Identifies semantic and syntactic content of
the decoded message, produces variants of
responses and outputs this data to a text
input of the driver analyzer.

÷

 
¦ Receives the textual data and voice data from
N P and measures the time of response using
a clock.
Continued«
÷ O   
¦ It instructs the language generator to produce
the response.

÷  
¦ If driver is about to fall asleep then it
activates an alarm system.
Continued«
÷     
¦ inked to the dialog system by wireless
network system as it is coupled with

ï Car media, driver profile, conversational planner

ï
river analyzer module.
Advantages of Artificial Passenger
÷ Prevent accident.

÷ Used for entertainment.

÷ stablishes interface with other drivers


very easily.

÷ Open/Close the window of a car


automatically and also answer a call for
you.
Continued«
÷ If the driver gets a heart attack or he is
drunk it will send signals to vehicles
nearby about this so driver there become
alert.

÷ Provide a natural dialog car system that


understands content of tapes, books and
radio programs.
Applications
6 Security guard.
6 Operators at nuclear plants.
6 Cabins in airplanes.
6 Watercraft such as boats.
6 Trains and subways.
Future
÷ Back ²office data aggregation is a key
enabler of telematics growth. Analyzing
data and turning information to
knowledge would be a push point to
growth.
÷
esigning ´Specifically Targeted Actionable

ataµ.
Conclusion
÷ Allow use of various services in car like
reading emails, navigation, downloading
music files, voice games without
compromising a driver safety.

÷ Primary objective of the invention is to


provide a system for monitoring driver
alertness.
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