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Movon Corporation was found as a testing laboratory office of Cetecom Germany in Seoul, Korea in 1998. With the strength in testing field, Movon established wireless R&D center in 2001 and launched the first Bluetooth module in the following year, and has become a Tier-2 supplier for General Motors.
Movon focused on automotive business more, and built an automotive specialized testing laboratory in 2004. The testing laboratory has been accredited by auto makers such as Volkswagen, General Motors, Ford, Jaguar Land Rover, FCA, Hyundai, Renault, etc.
To extend more in automotive area, Movon launched Advanced Driver Assistance System business in 2011. Since its start, Movon has focused on affordable camera safety system, and developed ADAS algorithms such as Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Forward Collision Warning (FCW), and Pedestrian Collision Warning (PCW). Movon became a Tier-1 supplier for TATA Daewoo Commercial Vehicle, and supplied OEM Advanced Driver Assistance Systems


MDSM-7 BIS(Bureau of Indian Standards) Certificate

MDSM-7 BIS(Bureau of Indian Standards) Certificate

MDSM-7 achieved BIS(Bureau of Indian Standards) Certificate this May.

Test Specifications: IS 13252 (Part 1): 2010 + A1: 2013 + A2 : 2015

IEC 60950-1: 2005 + A1: 2009 + A2 : 2013

Information technology equipment – Safety –

Part 1: General requirements

“CCTV Cameras/CCTV Recorders”

Input Rating: 12/24Vdc,1A


Application Id


Registration Number



IS 13252 (Part 1) : 2010 / IEC 60950-1 : 2005

Product Category

CCTV Cameras/CCTV Recorders



Drowsiness Detection and Percentage Eye Closure ( PERCLOS )

Fatigue monitoring systems and distraction detection systems are based on image capture, face recognition and complex image processing for fatigue detection.

The work done in face and eye detection and tracking can be further divided into two categories: passive appearance-based methods and the active infra-red (IR)-based methods.

Such systems use face detection algorithms, either by using artificial neural networks or support vector machines.

After detecting the upper region of the face, an eye detection algorithm must be used to detect eye blink rate, eye movement and percentage eye closure (PERCLOS).

In fact, the PERCLOS method has been proven to perform well on driving simulators.

The concept is to measure the proportion of total time that the driver’s eyelids are closed 80% or more. 


The development of MDSM-7 was started to meet new international driver safety requirements. European Commission at May, 2018 announced at the document of Regulation(EC) SWD(2018) 190 final

“Their general safety and the protection of vehicle occupants and vulnerable road users” that “Distraction recognition” and “Drowsiness and attention detection” has to be installed

at both a new passenger car and a new commercial vehicle which will be produced since 2022. And, EURO NCAP 2025 Roadmap enforces Driver Fatigue Monitoring System under the agenda of Driver Monitoring(2020).

MDSM-7 is the driver safety product to which Movon's state-of-the-art facial analysis algorithm is applied. The device catches driver's distraction, drowsiness, yawning, phone use, smoking, etc.

through real-time monitoring, and induces safe driving through audible alerts and physical vibrations (optional). This product is differentiated from competitors in that it shows excellent performance

even in situations where the light is limited, such as at night, in tunnel, underground, etc. with its built-in IR sensors. Also, all functions operate without problems even when the driver is wearing a mask. 

Number of deaths caused by road accidents was decreased by 8.1% in Korea in 2020

< Korea >

Korea has 3,079 people killed in road traffic accidents in 2020.

the number of deaths caused by road accidents was decreased by 8.1% comparing to 3,349 people died in 2019. In the meanwhile,

there were 5,392 people died by road accidents in 2012. However, the number of deaths related to both bicycle and motorcycle

in the first half of 2020 was increased by 13.7% to 265 death. The main reason was known to the influence that the delivery service's demand

was up because of Covid-19 pandemic crisis.

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Road safety continues to be a major developmental issue, a public health concern and a leading cause of death and injury across the world,

killing more than 1.35 million globally as reported in the Global Status report on Road Safety 2018 with 90% of these casualties taking place

in the developing countries and 11% alone being accounted for by India.

As per the Report on Road accidents in India 2019, the accident related deaths in India in 2019 were 151,113 in number. It is indeed

a matter of great concern that despite the continuing efforts of the Government in this regard and our commitments for halving fatalities

we have not been able to register significant progress on this front.

Probability of driver fatigue event

Probability of driver fatigue event

A fatigue event was detected in 3.74% of trips without any fatigue warning device, compared to 1.3% of trips with AI vision-based fatigue alert device and 0.18% of trips in real-time monitoring by customer-service with AI vision-based fatigue alert device. The majority of trips involved drivers experiencing one to three events, with fewer trips in without any fatigue warning device and fatigue alert device having four or more events compared to trips without any fatigue warning device (p ≤ 0.001). The reduction in the fatigue event rate is evident, with 56 fatigue events per 1,000 hours driven in trips without any fatigue warning device, compared to 17.87 in trip with fatigue alert device and 1.3 in trips in real-time monitoring by customer-service with AI vision-based fatigue alert device. On a distance traveled basis, there were 1.47 fatigue events per 1000 km traveled (trip without fatigue warning device), and this was lower in trip with fatigue alert device and trip with real-time monitoring by FMS customer service with fatigue alert device


This study has reported novel and important findings on the relative contribution of real-time in-cab alerts and additional company-level feedback in achieving reductions in fatigue events in commercial vehicle fleets. Given the global interest in driver state sensing, as seen in the NHTSA Drowsy Driving Research and Program Plan (NHTSA 2016), and the recent European Union (EU) report on regulating vehicle safety systems (European Commission 2016b), the findings of this study will be of interest to vehicle technology regulators and to operators of vehicle fleets. The findings support the installation of DMS and concurrent fatigue management strategies enabled by the information provided by the DMS itself across different vehicle platforms as a preventative road safety action. While highly effective in the commercial transport context due to command-and-control mechanisms, the efficacy of DMS within non-fleet vehicles needs to be established, particularly in light of more limited external feedback channels for the driver than is the case for fleet vehicles.

2021 CES Online Exhibition

Hi Everyone

We'd like to inform you that we are exhibiting our new product of RADAR Vision Fusion ADAS at 2021 CES Online at https://digital.ces.tech/.

1.     Camera & Radar fusion algorithm

: A mono-camera-based ADAS doesn’t have stable performance in poor lighting and environmental conditions, and conventional RADAR only-based ADAS

has object classification issue. MRV-21 is using Camera & Radar fusion algorithm. It combines the benefits of both sensors in the most effective way possible.

It tracks the vehicle in front with radar and camera sensor together, which reduces false alerts from single sensor and increases the measurement reliability,

range and accuracy. Also, the radar supports more accurate performance during the severe weather conditions such as foggy, heavy rain, night, direct sunlight and so on. 

Radar sensing, Vision sensing and Data fusion into a single device

MOVON integrated radar and camera system into windshield mounting device.


Model Name: MRV-21


MRV-21 is the world first radar-camera integrated ADAS system which can be mounted on a windshield for aftermarket customers. Normally, camera based ADAS solutions

have limits under low visibility circumstances. MRV-21 overcomes this with its radar technology and shows accurate performance under inclement weather conditions such as

foggy, heavy rain, at night, direct sunlight and so on.


The compact radar sensor size and its modular design allows MRV-21 to work properly at in-cabin environment. It can simply be installed on the windshield, whereas traditional

radar sensors need to be mounted behind the vehicle’s front grille. It helps easy installation and reduces installation or repair time/cost following a frontal impact. In addition,

the compactness and simple installation makes it easier to be used across entire vehicle platforms.


It supports all ADAS functions such as front vehicle collision warning, pedestrian collision warning, lane departure warning as well as speed sign recognition. And it can record

the situation with dashcam function. 


Key Features.


1.     Camera & Radar fusion algorithm

RADAR and Vision sensor data is set to be precisely synchronized in time and rate systematically. The patented computer vision perception algorithm intermingled together

with a signal processing algorithm for the 77GHz RADAR process and analyze the data. As a result, MRV-21 first detects, identifies, and tracks objects and provides distance,

speed and location information of vehicles, pedestrians, lane marks, and others. The entire sequences from raw data collection to post-processing are completed at the rate of 15Hz.


2.     The Smallest Radar Sensor Size with innovative modular design

: Although separate radar systems are traditionally mounted behind the vehicle’s front grille, MRV-21’s compact sensor size makes it possible to locate the radar & camera system

on the windshield, near the room mirror area. It prevents any damages or harm on the vehicle and provides huge benefit to reduce time and cost to install radar system to every type

of vehicle.

3.     Radar Technology

: MRV-21 is using high performance premium mid-range radar sensor (160m) developed in-house. It provides the best radar performance in a state-of-the-art sensor technology.

One of the features of the new radar generation is a higher resolution compared to the previous radar generations, with which a more exact picture of the traffic situation can be

gained. In addition, road limits such as curbstones as well as the height of objects like the tails of a traffic jam under a bridge are detected thanks to the sensors’ elevation

measurement accuracy.

Horizontal FOV is ±6° @160m, ±20° @50m and Vertical FOV is ±5°. Range Accuracy is <±0.5m. Frequency band is 76-77 GHz.


4.     Market proven Camera algorithm

: MOVON is a key player in the aftermarket ADAS products and already well known for its high performance camera-based ADAS solutions.

The algorithm meets Euro-NCAP(New Car Assessment Program) pedestrian collision warning standard, European Commission R130 LDW Standard, Korean MOLIT

(Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transportation )’s ADAS performance test standard, and Chinese JT/T883-LDW and GB/T 33577 FCW standard.


5.     Dashcam function

: MRV-21 provides video recording function in HD(720p) quality. It supports 3 different modes. Basically, it can continuously record the situation on a loop. If there’s any

impact(G-sensor) detected, it can automatically create another recording file. In user trigger mode, the user can create new file with recording button.

Thanks to the format-free technology, the video clips can be secured without any loss. There is a video player to see the video clips along with ADAS event records.


6.     Limitless installation

: It is the world first in cabin install radar system for aftermarket. Most radar sensors need to be installed in front of vehicle bumper or engine room, which limits it to factory installation.

However, MRV-21's radar sensor is located right next to the camera, which can simply be installed on a windshield. This makes it possible to locate the radar away from crush zone,

helping to reduce installation and repair costs following a frontal impact. Also, its compactness and flexible usage makes it easier to use across entire vehicle platforms.


7.     The vision sensor analyzes the video data to determine the ROI, detect lanes and identify the vehicle ahead. Meanwhile, the radar signal is processed to detect objects, range

and relative velocity. The detection information from two sensors are fed to our optimized matching algorithm. With a successful matching, more accurate distance, velocity and

acceleration is assigned to the target vehicle. We track and filter the information adaptively for more reliable fusion results. Based on these information, TTC and possible collision situation

is estimated and collision avoidance warnings are generated.


Thank you and Best Regards

Movon Corporation

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