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Mobileye

Mobileye is a machine vision-based assisted driving and accident prevention system. The company, Mobileye, is based in Israel and owned by Intel. 

Mobileye develops and supplies autonomous and semi-autonomous driving systems to automobile manufacturers world-wide including BMW, Hyundai, GM, Opel and Volvo. The company also offers aftermarket modules for compatible vehicles.

Mobileye uses its own custom EyeQ2 chip and camera guidance modules along with its tested autonomous driving algorithms. Mobileye’s features for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) come together for assisted driving, autonomous or semi-autonomous vehicles.

Mobileye supports:

  • Car, animal and pedestrian recognition 
  • Intelligent high beam control    
  • Crowd sourced mapping
  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Forward collision warning 
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane keep assist
  • Lane centering      
  • Lane departure warning
  • Traffic jam assist
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Sensor fusion for simultaneous processing of LiDAR, radar and data from up to eight cameras

Mobileye is a pioneer in ADAS and competes with Tier one auto suppliers, Google, Toshiba, Cognitive Technologies, Continental AG, NVDIA, FreeScale, Omnivision Technologies, Free Scale, Texas Instruments, Tom Tom, Bosche and more.

Amnon Shashua started Mobileye in 1999 in the largest initial public offer (IPO) for any Israeli company, raising $1 billion on the New York Stock Exchange at a market cap of $5.3 billion. MobileEye was acquired by Intel in March 2017 for $15.3 billion.

This was last updated in April 2017

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