Cipia collaborates with Intel India on aftermarket driver monitoring systems

Yehuda Holtzman of Cipia

Tel Aviv, Israel. 12 September 2022 – Cipia provider of AI computer vision in-cabin automotive solutions, has announced that it is collaborating with Intel India’s Intel Onboard Fleet Services, a comprehensive fleet safety SaaS solution exclusively designed for Indian commercial vehicle fleets. Cipia-FS10 will add Driver Monitoring features to the SaaS solution and initial deployments are underway in commercial fleets in India.

The Cipia-FS10 is a hardware and software solution that offers an advanced in-cabin video telematics and driver monitoring system as an aftermarket solution for the fleet industry. The Cipia-FS10 utilizes computer vision and artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor the driver’s state behind the wheel, detecting driver ID, drowsiness, distraction and driver actions like phone and seatbelt use.

Intel Onboard Fleet Services is a comprehensive fleet safety solution focused on Indian commercial vehicle fleets. Leveraging Artificial Intelligence, Intel Onboard Fleet Services safeguards fleets and steps up operations efficiency to deliver true business advantage. The solution combines advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), telematics, and driver monitoring systems (DMS) to enable safer and more efficient fleet management.

Yehuda Holtzman, CEO of Cipia says, “Cipia’s collaboration with Intel India is an important milestone for commercial vehicle safety. Together, we’re deploying the most advanced technology to protect fleet companies, drivers, and other road users. We’re ready to bring our solution to more Indian commercial fleets, providing a safer experience to drivers and other road users across the country.”

Kishore Ramisetty, vice president & general manager, vertical solutions and services group at Intel Corporation says, “Intel is happy to collaborate with Cipia to improve road safety at scale. Fleet owners are taking steps to ensure their drivers and vehicles are safe on the road. Intel Onboard Fleet Services is a comprehensive solution that makes this commitment to road safety a reality.”

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