Freer Logic Featured Article in AutoTech Outlook

2019-09-17_152034 Buzz - Freer Logic - Thought technology to improve life™"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.

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Freer Logic – The Tech Company That Wants Cars to Read Your Mind

2019 08 23 083744Since its inception, the auto industry has always been a pioneer of emerging technologies, across manufacturing, production and the customer experience. Today, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to new technologies, from cleaner and more efficient powertrains to vehicles with autonomous capabilities from automatic parking to autopilot.

As if this all wasn’t enough, Carolina-based technology specialist Freer Logic wants to use neurotechnology to monitor brain function and improve life...

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Freer Logic Wants Your Car to Read Your Brain (Insider Car News)

2019-04-30_151042 Buzz - Freer Logic - Thought technology to improve life™What if your car could read your brain activity? It’s a fascinating concept that sounds like something out of a blockbuster movie, but Freer Logic is working to make it a reality.

Through the Neurobiomonitor headrest, a car could detect if a driver is drowsy, distracted, stressed out or cognitively overloaded, among other things. With that information, your car would be able to take various actions like suggesting pulling over and taking a rest, playing calming music, etc.

The sensors...

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