Frequently asked questions
How does eye tracking help drivers interact with infotainment systems?
GLAZA’s system monitors the driver and detects the exact location the driver is looking at on the infotainment display. By utilizing blinking, our system allows the driver to perform a virtual “tap” and select any icon on the display. That method makes it faster to navigate the infotainment system.
Isn’t it easier to just use a finger?
Modern infotainment systems have many menu options; therefore, drivers must look at the display if they want to interact with it. Before tapping with the finger, the driver looks at the spot on the display and decides where to tap. Their eyesight is already locked on that spot, so it is easier and faster to just blink rather than lift the hand off the wheel, drag it to the screen, and tap with a finger.
Does it only work in consumer vehicles?
GLAZA ADAS works on any displays; therefore, it will work in commercial vehicles, scooters with infotainment systems, and autonomous shuttles/cabs with screens inside.