Stopsleep: Driver safety sleep alarm
Cars have been of great use to the human race since their invention. It eliminated days and months of travel through cities and countries. It made the movement of goods and services easier and faster.
Despite the enormous benefits they have brought to mankind, these cars have also contributed to a lot of loss of life.
Unfortunately, a large number of car accidents that occur annually have been linked to driver fatigue and loss of focus on the road while driving.
Most reports of car accidents put a higher number of accidents resulting from loss of concentration and driver fatigue than accidents caused by poisoning, whether from weeds, alcohol, or excessive speed.
Loss of focus can be very elusive, so it is so elusive that most people go unnoticed or feel it.
And lower focus and awareness, in modern cars, that generates less noise with more exciting features such as air conditioning, soft seats, and a music player making it more comfortable and calming than ever before, making it easier for the car user to quickly transition from a mere state of unconsciousness and focus to “Accurate sleep” (micro sleep is an unexpected short period of sleep or drowsiness that usually lasts for a split second or even 30 seconds where the individual is unable to do so. Responds to certain sensory inputs and becomes unaware of what is happening in their environment) and a higher chance of having an accident .
Studies have shown that in flight, drivers unconsciously slip into microscopic sleep for a cumulative period, with each period of “microsleep” ranging from 1 to 6 whopping seconds, without them having any idea this is happening.
Most of the time the drivers feel that they were completely in control and were able to keep themselves awake throughout the trip, but despite their sincere efforts to stay awake and in control, it is entirely possible for the driver to be unconscious and at short intervals regularly losing focus and awareness and slipping into a very dangerous state of ” Microscopic sleep.
The problem isn’t necessarily sleeping at the wheel, the problem is that the more tired you feel, the harder it becomes to stay alert and alert at the wheel and fully focus on driving your car safely.
For the sole reason of preventing car accidents caused by this temporary loss of consciousness and control, scientists have designed a device called ‘StopSleep’ .
The goal of this device is to reduce the number of accidents caused by driver fatigue and loss of consciousness and concentration.
The StopSleep has a stylish design. It is easy to use and proven effective.
The device is ready to use right out of the box without any special setup or maintenance. It has a built-in rechargeable long-lasting battery with a capacity of 10 hours when fully charged.
The device can be worn with two fingers as it has a double loop at the base. StopSleep is not designed to keep a driver awake when an individual is too tired to drive.
However, the StopSleep device is designed to alert the driver the moment they understand that the driver is too tired to drive safely, but more importantly, StopSleep will alert the driver as soon as it notices that the driver is starting to lose focus.
StopSleep continuously assesses drivers’ awareness and concentration levels using 8 built-in electric skin sensors.
These built-in sensors continuously analyze and measure the conductivity of the skin, and by measuring this activity, the device can accurately measure the driver’s awareness and concentration levels.
Once your concentration levels begin to decline, StopSleep will alert you as soon as possible.
StopSleep includes two alert levels. The first level of alert is a warning, which comes with a vibration signal for 2-5 minutes.
This first alert sign is triggered at the first signs of a slight decrease in consciousness and concentration, and is activated even before the motorist reaches a dangerous “partial sleep” state, ensuring constant alertness and safety at the wheel.
The second alert level includes a loud sound and vibration. The second stage begins when there is a significant decrease in concentration.
At this point, the driver may have slipped into a few seconds of minute sleep.
Note: This device is intended to alert the motorist in cases of drowsiness and decreased levels of concentration and awareness. In no case should the device be taken as a substitute for driving with care and attention. The user is 100% responsible for responding to road conditions, and under no circumstances should a motorist attempt to use StopSleep for himself awake when he is too tired to drive safely. When driving, always take regular breaks and always take a break at the first sign of fatigue or a decrease in concentration. If StopSleep alerts, stop driving immediately.
Also, as a driver, once you realize how exhausted you are, you are advised to stop and take a short break. It could take a short nap or a cup of coffee.