Olea Unveils OleaSense IoT Technology for the Connected Vehicle
Major Advance in Automotive Safety Applications
Reno, NV, November 2, 2015 – Olea unveiled the OS-3005 with OleaSenseTM software analytics, a seat belt vital sign monitor for automotive safety applications, which has the ability to enhance existing seat belt systems based on Olea’s sensor technologies.
This after-market vital sign monitoring system accomplishes this by real-time detection of each individual’s vital signs, processing this data with its intelligent sensor analytics and transmitting it via Bluetooth to the cloud. There are no external wires and no direct contact with the body is required. The product’s compact design, measuring smaller than a business card, integrates seamlessly into existing automotive safety restraint systems. It also becomes part of the infotainment system, able to identifying occupants, using Olea HeartSignatureTM technology, in order to recall stored settings and driver preferences.
“The concept of seat occupancy detection monitoring requires a sophisticated sensing technology capable of capturing human vital signs in a reliable manner,” explained Frank Morese, Olea CEO and Founder. “By integrating the OS-3005 and OleaSenseTM technologies, detection of human vital signs inside the vehicle now becomes part of the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems [ADAS]. The OleaSenseTM system also augments next generation IoT telematics systems to automatically and immediately call first responders following a crash, sending critical vital sign statistics in order to assess the conditions and identities of the driver and passengers involved.”