Are You a Safe Driver? IMS’ Car Can Tell You

Intel­li­gent Mecha­tron­ic Sys­tems (IMS) is unveil­ing the IMS Con­nect­ed Car Expe­ri­ence, demon­strat­ing real-time dri­ver coach­ing, dri­ver health mon­i­tor­ing inte­grat­ed with wear­able devices and dis­trac­tion-free tech­nol­o­gy that sup­ports smarter dri­ver deci­sions.

World-renowned experts in con­nect­ed car tech­nol­o­gy with a port­fo­lio of 145 patents, IMS is show­cas­ing a unique, real-time expe­ri­ence with this dri­vable vehi­cle pow­ered by the Dri­veSync® plat­form. Insight gained from wear­able tech­nol­o­gy is trans­formed into antic­i­pat­ed dri­ver behav­iors.

For exam­ple, sleep pat­terns, glu­cose mon­i­tor­ing lev­els and abnor­mal heart rate detec­tion are used to sig­nal dri­ver drowsi­ness and poten­tial health risks. Before each jour­ney, Dri­veSync ana­lyzes weath­er and traf­fic infor­ma­tion to pre­dict expect­ed road con­di­tions. While dri­ving, the Dri­veSync con­nect­ed car plat­form also gives dri­vers per­son­al­ized audi­ble coach­ing when unsafe behav­iors are observed; includ­ing dan­ger­ous speed­ing, harsh cor­ner­ing and tail­gat­ing.

Cen­tral to the Dri­veSync con­nect­ed car plat­form is a com­pre­hen­sive usage-based insur­ance (UBI) solu­tion. This inno­v­a­tive offer­ing ben­e­fits cus­tomers glob­al­ly, with: auto­mo­tive inci­dent detec­tion, first notice of loss, claims man­age­ment, green dri­ving reports and inte­grat­ed road­side assis­tance. To deter dis­tract­ed dri­ving, DriveSync’s info­tain­ment ser­vices enable safe access to: email, text noti­fi­ca­tions, music and social media inte­gra­tion.

“See­ing is believ­ing, and IMS’ Con­nect­ed Car Expe­ri­ence brings our vision for safer roads and smarter dri­ving to life,” com­ment­ed Dr. Otman Basir, CEO and Pres­i­dent of IMS. “Our Dri­veSync plat­form deliv­ers com­pelling ser­vices for dri­vers world­wide to expe­ri­ence.”

The IMS Con­nect­ed Car Expe­ri­ence was unveiled at the Insur­ance Telem­at­ics USA con­fer­ence in Chica­go from Sep­tem­ber 3–4, 2014.

Unlike tra­di­tion­al con­cept cars, this vehi­cle is avail­able to dri­ve and expe­ri­ence — today. 

 

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