"Sir, there are still terabytes of calculations required before an actual flight is..." says J.A.R.V.I.S. to Iron Man in the first Iron Man movie. Yes, Iron Man may no longer be coming to the big screen after the End Game; however, the focus here is on J.A.R.V.I.S. the AI-based assistant that helps Iron Man achieve success in every project. Now, imagine a real-life J.A.R.V.I.S. like A.I. bot that is integrated into a car and assists in driving. Sounds exciting, right? Well, that is precisely what Freer Logic is working to accomplish. Today, on the one hand, most automotive companies are leveraging deep learning for face detection or emotion detection via computer vision and image processing sensors to assist the drivers.
Freer Logic, on the other hand, has gone a step further and has successfully developed a biosensor device called Neurobiomonitor (N.B.M.) that provides brain data in real-time, without contacting the vehicle’s driver. It helps to improve driving safety by tracking drowsiness, fatigue, cognitive load, and distraction. The current range of the N.B.M. works at six to ten inches from the head, which makes it quite a breakthrough as there are no visible wires or sensors involved and makes it an incredibly valuable tool that functions discreetly to enhance safety. "It is simply like a microphone listening to one’s voice, only here it is the brain that is sending the data," says Peter Freer, Founder, and C.E.O. of Freer Logic.