European heavy-duty truck maker to use Cipia’s Driver Sense driver monitoring system | Autocar Professional

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Cipia, an AI computer vision in-cabin automotive solutions provider, has announced that it had been awarded four new design wins with an existing global OEM customer. The new deal will see Cipia’s Driver Sense driver monitoring system integrated into four heavy-duty truck models to be manufactured in Europe. Start of production is expected during Q4 2025.

Cipia’s Driver Sense DMS uses advanced computer vision and AI to detect signs of driver drowsiness, distraction and more, improving automotive safety. 

Cipia has previously been awarded design wins for several car models manufactured by the same OEM. With this announcement, this automaker will now include Cipia’s technology in heavy-duty trucks too, running on a Renesas SoC. 

 “Whenever an existing OEM chooses Cipia again, it’s a sign we’re demonstrating real value to our customers. I’m proud that Cipia is deepening its partnerships in Europe, helping to create safer vehicles and safer roads in the coming years,” commented Yehuda Holtzman, CEO of Cipia. “This award follows a series of design wins we announced throughout 2023 which more than doubled our total amount of design wins, positioning us for growth in the coming years as these models enter production.”

With these wins, Cipia now holds 61 design wins across nine OEMs in Europe, China and the United States.

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