NEW WHITEPAPER: In-vehicle Passenger Health Monitoring

The health and well-being of drivers and passengers are increasingly at the forefront of future developments. Not only is there a growing customer interest in knowing more about the state of their health, but there is also a need to keep our ageing society safely mobile. With more and more time being spent in the car, it is becoming increasingly attractive to use this time not only for commuting but also for regular health checks.
In addition, megatrends such as Level 3 autonomous driving will make driver health and alertness monitoring a key issue, with forthcoming legislation expected to require driver health and alertness monitoring both to ensure that the car can reliably hand over control to the driver at any time.
The purpose of this white paper is to provide an overview of the various motivations for the development of in-vehicle health monitoring systems, to summarise important developments in this area, and to conclude with an overview of the expected challenges for this new technology.

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