Why Use the Live Sense SDK for Linux

Live Sense is an SDK made up of a collection of pre-trained models which run solely on the device. These models enable a device paired with a camera to detect, classify, and alert users of potential hazards found in or on the side of the road, such as:

  • Vehicles (cars, trucks, or buses)
  • Pedestrians
  • Riders
  • Bicycles
  • Vehicle brakes
  • Potholes
  • Construction zones
  • Traffic lights
  • Speed limits

Live Sense enables you to do the following:

  • Enhance applications and devices with the capability to detect real-time imminent and potential driving hazards. This offers commercial and passenger vehicle drivers real-time safety alerts and contextual insights that keep them informed of their dynamic environments.
  • Offer flexibility for every driver and type of vehicle, including vehicles without a display screen.

Key Features and Benefits

  • Live Sense models work on the device rather than the cloud. Therefore, the device can detect and inform the driver in real-time (without the need for network connectivity).
  • Live Sense detects changes in the environment. This feature helps to keep drivers informed in real-time.
  • Alert detection for the identification of brake lights when a car has applied its brakes.
  • Connected user alerts support. This feature enables Live Sense users to share hazards, incidents, and change detections via the network automatically without user input.

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