A: Drivermate is a device
to detect the driving behaviour simultaneously and alarming if the
driver is in fatigue or distraction state, to prevent car accident
and save driver's life.
Q2: How does Drivermate
A: Drivermate can capture
the eyelid closure for the fatigue judgement or detect the head
pose (up/down, left/right off the road) state for the distraction,
make the alarm to the driver for the prevention of driving
Q3: Is it easy to install?
A: Yes, just a 3 steps: 1).
Stick to the back of central rearview mirror/windshield, next to
the central rearview mirror, or mount on the top of the steering
column (see User Manual for detailed location), 2). Plug in the
power, and 3). Make your face straight to the device for setup,
and the green light displays, then here you go! You can refer to
the Installation section for more detailed information.
Q4: Is it easy to use?
A: Yes, just power on and
setup, then all go!
Q5: Can Drivermate work at
A: Yes, it works
round-the-clock environment, including at extreme sunlight or
Q6: Can it work under eye
glasses or sunglasses?
A: Yes, our world-class
algorithm embedded can work well under most kinds glasses. But for
some very thick lens. It may affect the detection rate.
Q7: Can it be connected
with other devices?
A: Yes, our device can be
connected, via Bluetooh, with your phone (iPhone/Android phones).
What you need to do is to download the Apps from the App Store
(Driversmate) or Google Play (Drivermate), and make the
installation. And furthermore, you can also, at the meantime,
connect with your Apple Watch or other Smart Band to get more
functions of either Vibration On or Alarm in Mute.
Q8: Does it fit for various
A: Yes, the device can
support both left and right handed wheels, and small cars or big
vehicles. The working distance between the eyes and device is at
500 ~ 800 mm range.
Q9: Is it annoying?
A: Up to you, the device
keeps silence if you are in good drving (eyes on the road); And it
will alert you, if you are in fatigue or distraction state. To
make the alarm off, you can make the change in the Apps Settings
on your Bluetooth cell phone, but this "no warning alarm" is only
applied for the driving speed at less than 40 km/hr, and only when
the device is paired with your phone.
Q10: Is there any privacy
issue for the Drivermate use?
A: No, Drivermate is NOT a
CCTV system, footage is NEVER recorded during the driving.