Cipia, an AI computer vision in-cabin automotive solutions provider, announced the release of Cipia-FS10 Plus, the next generation of its Cipia-FS10 advanced video telematics device specifically designed for fleets. The Cipia-FS10 Plus offers Cipia’s AI-based driver monitoring system (DMS), and now, a new optional road-facing camera.
With the road-facing camera, telematics service providers and fleets using the Cipia-FS10 Plus benefit from:
These options can be enabled simultaneously or individually, offering fleet managers maximum flexibility and value.
Cipia-FS10 Plus features a hybrid communications mode: videos and snapshot images can be sent to the fleet management system (FMS) immediately using cellular data or held locally in the vehicle until secure Wi-Fi is available. Hybrid mode can reduce data usage by up to 90%, a significant cost saving.
Yehuda Holtzman, CEO of Cipia, said “The Cipia-FS10 Plus with Cipia’s AI fleet telematics solution helps manage safe, effective road fleets — by both alerting drivers to prevent incidents and by giving fleet managers valuable data to improve performance and logistics.”
The in-cabin sensor of the Cipia-FS10 Plus enables detection of driver drowsiness, distraction, seatbelt usage, smoking, and holding a phone while driving, providing real-time alerts to the driver. The system also offers driver recognition of enrolled drivers. In parallel to driver alerts, Cipia-FS10 Plus delivers tailored fleet manager alerts and insights via the existing fleet management server.
The device’s DMS is powered by Cipia's computer vision AI software. This technology has been selected by carmakers (OEMs) worldwide due to its high quality, robustness, low rate of false alerts, and compliance with demanding automotive standards. Cipia’s technology is deployed in vehicles on the roads today.