Driver fatigue detection using Raspberry-Pi

Mohd Fikri Azli Abdullah, Mohamad Hizzudin Mohamad Hanafiah, Sumendra Yogarayan, Siti Fatimah Abdul Razak, Afizan Azman, Md Shohel Sayeed


The subject of fatigue monitoring is becoming more important in transportation and traffic management (including, for instance, the development of systems to detect and prevent driver drowsiness). People who work in offices are also susceptible to exhaustion, but there is currently no widely deployed system that is able to monitor this condition. In most cases, the driver’s eyelids will become heavy due to exhaustion after lengthy hours of driving or in the absence of mental concentration. Typically, when the driver’s concentration begins to fade, audio alert would be provided to force the drivers awake. In recent times, drowsiness is risky since it can result in an accident. Thus, a solution has been proposed to identify driver drowsiness by comparing several algorithms to find improved accuracy and execution time. Besides, this system will alert the driver with an audible warning in the event of drowsiness is detected.


Awake; Driver drowsiness; Fatigue; Raspberry Pi; Yawn

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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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