In collaboration with L'Atelier BNP Paribas, the Group has created "Change It", a video magazine that presents innovation in all its forms. It aims to identify the most innovative start-ups and offers insights into their operations around the world. This week, discover Mobileye.
Using sophisticated vision algorithms, Mobileye collision avoidance technology is able to ‘interpret’ a scene in real-time and provide drivers with an immediate evaluation based on its analysis. Automakers are now adopting this technology into their rapidly expanding safety feature applications known as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
Mobileye aftermarket systems provide drivers with an all-in-one cutting-edge collision avoidance solution.
Mobileye can be installed in both private and fleet vehicles, with the ability to connect directly to FMS systems, a single solution for all drivers.
This Israeli tech startup, which is now worth USD 11 billion, has developed a sophisticated driver assist system comprising on-board smart cameras. 21 patents protect this innovation, which has already been adopted by almost all the major car makers.
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