ISO Policy
  • Document ID: HAQMS-002
  • Status: final
  • Reference: ISO 9001:2015 5.2
  • Revision Number: 02
  • Revision-date: 01.05.2024
  • Doc Name: Quality Policy Statement

Humanising Autonomy facilitates natural interaction between systems and people. The company made the strategic decision in September 2023 to focus on the ADAS Advanced Driver Assistance Systems market. Our strategy is to enhance road safety through the use of HDAS “Humanising Driver Assistance Solution” a software solution we have developed for the automotive market. HDAS can detect, predict and mitigate in real-time potential hazards associated with driving.

To improve safety for all road users this includes, pedestrian detection and protection, vehicle detection and classification, blind spot detection, collision avoidance and driver and passenger monitoring. We believe human behaviour should be the universal design principle behind our automated systems, and account for contexts and cultures.

We are working with Car manufacturers, tier 1 aftermarket ADAS suppliers and Dashcam makers to embed our technology into their productsOur deep technical knowledge and team of professionals with backgrounds in a variety of fields means our understanding of customers’ pain points in this market is unparalleled. We partner with suppliers of automotive safety systems who integrate our
HDAS technology into their products. We understand the benefit our solutions offer private and fleet owners, and those who work with fleet owners.

Quality is important to our business because we value our customers. We strive to provide our customers with products and services which meet and even exceed their expectations. To optimise the processes and the quality of the organisation’s output, Humanising Autonomy’s business operations must be properly safeguarded and optimised. To achieve this, Humanising Autonomy has set up and implemented a quality management system in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2015.

In so doing we are satisfying the expectations of our customers and relevant stakeholders and continuously improving the internal organisation which is central to this. A combination of risk inventories, internal project evaluations, customer satisfaction analysis, laws and regulations compliance checks as well as internal audits help us to identify possible improvements within the processes of our organisation. By analysing information and implementing improvements based on this information, we exhibit that we are a learning organisation where continuous improvement is central.

Every employee of Humanising Autonomy interacts with and contributes to this Quality Management System through their daily ways of working. Although the CEO has ultimate responsibility for Quality, all employees have a responsibility within their own areas of work to help ensure that Quality is embedded throughout the company. As a unit we strive for continuous improvement across all areas.

Humanising Autonomy is committed to achieving customer satisfaction by the use of quality procedures which will be operated to meet or exceed the requirements of ISO 9001:2015. The scope of the management system is determined as: Development of software for detection, tracking and estimating other information of people’s behaviours using visual sensors, to inform industrial safety systems.

  • Place, Date: London, 01 / 05 / 2024
  • Name: Lee Cottle

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