Harman's Google Glass application sees danger ahead

  • 12-Jan-2014 01:29 EST

Harman technical expert Alon Atsmon demonstrates how Google Glass can be integrated with in-car infotainment systems and advanced driver assistance systems to improve driver awareness by sending alert messages from the car to the glasses.

At the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Harman demonstrated how Google Glass can be integrated with the electronics supplier's advanced driver assistance systems engine. The demo represents a continuation of Harman's efforts to implement its ADAS engine on various devices. The company claims it is the first Tier 1 automotive supplier to launch ADAS implementation on wearable devices, which the company says is a growing market projected to exceed $5 billion in 2016. The Harman system demo'd at CES uses and Android camera feed and image processing to analyze dangers in real time, and provide alerts through Google Glass.

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