Hyundai Mobis, the parts and service subsidiary of Hyundai, is introducing a new self-driving technology addressing driver fatigue at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this month.

Its software-based technology, called DDREM, an acronym for Departed Driver Rescue & Exit Maneuver, reads and interprets signs of driver fatigue using three “identifiers” that classify driver risk based on a set of criteria. These identifiers include the use of a single infrared camera to scan the driver’s facial and eye movement and a read of driving assistance systems to verify stable lane changing and other odd driving patterns.

If a driver’s driving behavior is inconsistent, as is the case with drooping eyes and off-lane movement, DDREM coverts the vehicle to Level 4 automation mode. This prompts all or a combination of electronic brakes, radars, cameras, and GPS data to identify a place to pull over to safety, such as a roadway shoulder lane or rest area. DDREM’s target is to hit a safe spot in under a mile.

“Our research approach has been clinical; we are essentially working on a ‘cure’ for drowsy driving injuries and fatalities,” said David Agnew, director of autonomous vehicle development at Hyundai Mobis North America. “Through this approach, we are building a technology that will save many lives and offer immense peace of mind to drivers and passengers.”

No word on when the self-driving technology will be released to market. However, Hyundai Mobis has indicated plans to test DDREM on actual roads this year.

This is not Hyundai Mobis’ first news of a safe-centric presentation this week. It also unveiled a panoramic sunroof airbag, which activates in the event of a rollover crash within 0.08 seconds of impact. In all, the brand has claimed 11 patents issued for the technology. No word on when it will go into production.

Established in 1977, Seoul, South Korea-based Hyundai Mobis is a manufacturer of Hyundai’s automotive parts, including brakes, suspensions, and in-vehicle electronics. It has more than 25,000 employees.