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Did you know,

that a tired motorist is up to eight times more likely to have an accident than a motorist who is well rested?
(Source: British Medical Journal, 2002)


The result of four years of intensive research 

Four years of ongoing interdisciplinary research led to the Anti Sleep Pilot®. The brain inside Anti Sleep Pilot® is based on the patented Anti Sleep Pilot® algorithm developed in close cooperation with leading sleep scientists, designers, mathematicians, road traffic and electronics engineers.

Documented risk 

Research has identified a total of 26 factors of significance related to your driving fatigue level. These factors can be divided into three categories influence three categories:

  1. Your risk profile: calculated once and set before you use your Anti Sleep Pilot® for the first time
  2. Your status: describes how tired you are before you start driving
  3. Your driving data: Anti Sleep Pilot® automatically records using sensors and a high-precision clock
How and when?
1. Individual risk profile
  • ·  Age
  • ·  Gender
  • ·  (...12 factors total)
  • ·  Set by the driver
       before the first drive
2. Current fatigue level before the drive
  • ·  Medicine/alcohol intake
  • ·  Hours awake
  • ·  Sleep the last 2-3 days
  • ·  (8 factors total)
  • ·  Set by the driver
       before the first drive
3. Drive data
  • ·  Time since break
  • ·  Time of day
  • ·  (6 factors total)
  • ·  Automatically
       registered by
       in Anti Sleep Pilot®
        during a drive

As you drive, the Anti Sleep Pilot® algorithm continuously calculates your fatigue level on the basis of all inputs and provides the necessary alertness maintenance tests and break recommendations.

The basis for the algorithm and design is well documented. We have carried out an intensive review of the most cutting edge scientific research in the field of sleep and road traffic, and built up a database that includes hundreds of articles, surveys and reports.