CLPS subsidiary JAJI to develop smart cockpit for safer intelligent vehicles


Hong Kong-based CLPS Incorporation has announced that its majority-owned subsidiary, JAJI (Shanghai), has initiated the development of a new smart cockpit product aimed at enhancing the safety of intelligent vehicles.

The product and its associated solution are expected to be officially launched by the end of 2023.

JAJI’s smart cockpit product is tailored to meet the safety requirements of intelligent vehicle manufacturers and has a primary objective of enabling intelligent transformation through driver health monitoring.

The product features an optimally designed steering wheel that serves as the main input method, acquiring multi-sensor data on vital sign parameters such as blood oxygen saturation, heart rate, and body temperature.

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This acquired data goes through a series of processes, including data conduction, analysis, multi-screen output, vehicle seat integration, and other features to create a comprehensive set of intelligent vehicle cockpit solutions. By continuously monitoring the driver’s physical condition, the product delivers real-time health warnings and enhances driving safety.

Oscar Yuan — JAJI General Manager said: “The smart cockpit serves as a critical human-machine interface in the realm of automotive intelligence. Through this product, we look forward to creating a novel driving experience for users and expanding the possibilities of intelligent vehicles in the future.

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“CLPS intends to file a patent application for this product through JAJI and plans to collaborate with domestic auto manufacturers to achieve industrialization.”

To develop this new smart cockpit product, JAJI has collaborated with the scientific research team at Tongji University, one of China’s top universities.

This collaboration combines JAJI’s expertise in software algorithms and Tongji University’s strengths in hardware manufacturing. Together, they aim to drive the innovative application of cutting-edge intelligent technologies within the automotive industry.

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Raymond Lin — CLPS CEO said: “The development of this new smart cockpit product demonstrates that JAJI has not only accumulated substantial market experience and client resources in the intelligent vehicle industry but also possesses significant research and development capabilities. This health monitoring-based smart cockpit solution holds tremendous application potential.

“We aspire to utilize this breakthrough to further enhance our technical services, research, and development capabilities, thus contributing to the intelligent development of our clients in the automotive industry.”

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