Mobileye is a technological leader in the area of advanced image sensing and processing technology for automotive applications, with a product offering covering the entire range of vision applications for onboard driving assistant systems. Mobileye’s EyeQ family of system-on-chips is responsible for the processing of visual information for lane sensing, traffic sign recognition, vehicle and pedestrian detection and lighting functions. The visual interpretation algorithms drive customer applications ranging from timely alert against imminent collisions and road departure to active braking for accident prevention and mitigation. Mobileye’s unique capability in this space is having all the object detection algorithms conducted by a monocular camera configuration thereby reducing cost and simplifying tooling and packaging of the camera sensor device. Mobileye’s technology has been launched since 2007 by major car manufacturers, is today found and in design wins by 19 car manufacturers worldwide and is scheduled to launch as standard fitment by the majority of its customers to support new star ratings regulations. Mobileye has launched the EyeQ device in 17 program launches from 2007 – 2012 and is slated for launching 27 new programs in the 2013-2015 time frame.
Mobileye celebrated the shipment of its 1 million EyeQ devices during fall of 2012 and expects to deliver 1.5M devices during 2013. Mobileye is expecting to launch camera-based semi-autonomous driving technologies as early as 2016/17 time-frame.
Mobileye’s after-market subsidiary manufactures and delivers complete systems to the consumer market with a worldwide distribution channels. Its products are already installed by large fleet companies around the world and are accepted by many insurance companies.
Headquartered in The Netherlands, Mobileye has the world’s largest machine vision development center in, Israel, and offices in the United States, Cyprus, China, Germany and Japan.