The logiDROWSINE is a computer vision IP core that detects driver drowsiness and distraction based on facial movements monitored through a camera placed in a vehicle cabin. The IP core monitors movements of driver's eyes, gaze, eyebrows, lips and head, and continuously tracks nine facial behavioral features that indicate the drowsiness: PERCLOS, microsleep, yawn and others. Based on the behavioral features tracked during the driving, the implemented classifiers recognize seven levels of drowsiness that can be used as driver alerts or inputs in other ADAS applications.
The logiDROWSINE is carefully partitioned between hardware and software to assure high performance and optimal utilization of the Xilinx Zynq-7000 AP SoC. The complete driver drowsiness SoC design, which consists of the logiDROWSINE, logiFDT and other IP cores, fits into the smallest Xilinx Zynq SoC and use only a single CPU core. It is prepackaged for the Xilinx Vivado Design Suite and IP deliverables include the software driver, documentation and technical support.
- Optimized for Xilinx® Zynq®-7000 AP SoC
- Driver drowsiness detector based on the video input from the optical camera
- Real-time detection rate set to 10 fps
- Monitors facial movements and estimates drowsiness states
- Xylon has developed measurement optical system that enables detection through sunglasses and during the night driving
- Road verified on the fleet of test vehicles driven by professional drivers
- ARM® AMBA® AXI4-Lite bus compliant registers interface
- Controlled by a single CPU core with a lightweight software library
- Prepackaged for Xilinx Vivado® Design Suite
- Reference demo available as a part of Xylon logiADAK kit
- Small and fast IP core for use in Xilinx SoC/MPSoC devices
- Driver Drowsiness Monitoring
- Advanced Driver Assistance
Block Diagram of the Driver Drowsiness Detector IP Core