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OUR SOLUTION

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ACCIDENT MITIGATION

Mobileye ensures the prevention and mitigation of collisions by providing drivers with advanced audio and visual warnings of potential dangers on the road.

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IMPROVE DRIVER PERFORMANCE

Evidence shows real-time alerts help instill safer driving habits.

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AI TECHNOLOGY

Our AI-powered system includes over-the-air updates, ensuring your fleet always has the latest safety features/ updates.

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WHY YOU NEED IT

Pedestrians and cyclists are the most vulnerable road users, especially in urban scenarios and where buses and trucks are manoeuvring in very crowded areas. Globally, pedestrians account for over 20% of all road traffic fatalities.

HOW IT WORKS

The System sends a visual and audio alert before an imminent collision with a pedestrian or cyclist, allowing the driver sufficient time to react. The Time to Collision (TTC) is automatically calculated and when it drops below 2 seconds, a Pedestrian Collision Warning (PCW) is generated.

SEE IT IN ACTION

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FOUNDED IN 1999, MOBILEYE® REVOLUTIONISED THE ADVANCED DRIVER-ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (ADAS) MARKET BY INTRODUCING A SOLUTION INSPIRED BY HUMAN VISUAL PERCEPTION.

Using a vehicle-mounted camera to interpret the environment by “sight,” much as humans do, the Mobileye approach offers an economical way for global automakers to enhance safety in their new vehicles, largely replacing legacy systems that require more expensive hardware. Mobileye has and continues to play a leading role in the growth of cost-effective ADAS worldwide, thereby democratising road safety for drivers, passengers, other road-users and pedestrians everywhere.

The system alerts the driver of a potentially dangerous situation so that the driver can take action to correct it. For example, Lane Departure Warning (LDW) alerts the driver of unintended/ unindicated lane departure; Forward Collision Warning (FCW) indicates that under the current dynamics relative to the vehicle ahead, a collision is imminent and that the driver needs to brake in order to avoid a collision.

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Forward Collision Warning

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Lane Departure Warning

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Pedestrian & Cyclist Collision Warning

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Speed Limit Indication

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Following Distance Detection

ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SAFETY SYSTEMS

Advanced Driver Assistance Safety Systems (ADAS) are designed to work together to automate and enhance vehicle safety by alerting the driver to potential problems and to avoid collisions. Integrated with DriveCam®, the Mobileye® unit is a powerful safety tool for optimal Behavioural Risk Management, allowing fleet managers to proactively reduce the root cause of risky driving and collision leading behaviours.

A POWERFUL PAIRING

Mobileye and DriveCam can be easily integrated to offer the closest and most accurate recorded data, that can be accessed at anytime from anywhere.

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TECHNOLOGYYOU CAN TRUST

VISION-BASED

As is the case when driving, we use our vision to scan the road ahead and judge how far we are from obstacles and what potential dangers they pose – so too does our camera, with the added advantage of never becoming fatigued or distracted.

AI-POWERED

The key element in our system is in the ability to mimic how humans understand the roadscape. Through the use of artificial intelligence, Mobileye’s EyeQ® chip is able to identify potential dangers and alert drivers in real-time.

ROAD TESTED

Our system’s AI algorithms are based on more than two decades of stress testing, against real-life driving situations and over 200 million miles of high resolution video from automaker pre-production testing.

Integrate Mobileye with:

DriveCam

More than a simple DashCam

DriveAlert+

Advanced fatigue monitoring

Lytx Hub

Capture every angle with more cameras

Frequently asked questions

When does Mobileye begin to warn me that I am following too closely to a car in front of me?

Depending on your settings, the Mobileye will typically signal a green vehicle icon when following a vehicle by 2.5 seconds or less. A single alert warning will be issued when you are driving below a predetermined following time. For sedans, this range is typically set to a number between 0.6 seconds to 1.0 second following time, depending on one’s company policy. This alert will repeat every five seconds if the gap between you and the car in front of you remains below the predefined following distance threshold.

Does Mobileye recognise a vehicle coming directly at me or if a vehicle crosses perpendicularly in front of me?

The Mobileye vision sensor is programmed to recognise the rear end of vehicles and thus will typically not warn you of impending head-on or crossing collisions.

How does Mobileye determine the speed limit on a roadway?

The Mobileye vision sensor reads the numbers on speed limit signs to determine the posted speed limit. It will read these numbers if they are on white, yellow, or orange signs, which conform with the standard of the Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals.

What are the components of the Mobileye system?

The System consists of a front-facing vision sensor mounted on the windshield behind the rear-view mirror, a display unit (EyeWatch) that is usually mounted by the left dash pillar or under the rear-view mirror in a manner which will not impede one’s vision and an optional plug-in telematics system that captures and transmits vehicle and Mobileye alert-related data.

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