What is the DADS System?
The Driver Alertness Detection System (DADS) monitors a driver's state of alertness in real-time to reduce the risk of road accidents caused by drowsiness and fatigue. This new technology allows increased driver performance and safety by analysing biometric data and sending notifications directly to the vehicle operator.
Impact of drowsy driving in the United States.
The Driver Alertness Detection System (DADS) identifies and alerts drivers of microsleeps which provide invaluable early-stage alerts well in advance of dangerous fatigue levels.
In development for more than 10 years, this technology is best in class, and has broad applications for trucking, commercial transportation, as well as individual users.
Driving in a state of excessive fatigue or drowsiness has been identified to be a key factor in one out of five accidents involving death or injury. The National Sleep Foundation has reported that 37% of American drivers have fallen asleep at the wheel in 2013. In Europe and Australia, drowsy driving represents 10 to 30% of all car crashes.
Our proprietary eye behaviour monitoring algorithms are the backbone of our system. They effectively monitor fatigue levels and, with real-time intervention, allow users to take action that can prevent accidents.
James L. GroelingerPresident and CEO
James is the President, and Chief Executive Officer of InterCore. Jim has extensive international corporate and business management experience with a strong focus on business development and value creation in all aspects of the energy field. Recently, he also was the Executive Director of the Clean Energy Alliance, Inc., a national network of clean energy business incubators.
Frederick LarcombeCFO and Secretary
Frederick Larcombe is InterCore’s Chief Financial Officer. Frederick has more than thirty years of diversified experiences in life sciences, medical devices, entertainment, manufacturing, and professional services. He is experienced in raising capital, strategic planning and analysis, operating company management, intellectual property litigation, reorganization and business turnaround, business acquisition and integration, SEC reporting, and investor relations.
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