Mobileye’s long-game is focused on autonomous driving, but some of the tech that feeds into that can have an impact now, including advanced collision avoidance systems. The company announced on Friday that it has completed the installation of accident prevention tech across 4,500 for-hire vehicles used by drivers for services including Uber and Lyft in New York City, as part of a partnership with transportation insurance provider Atlas Financial Holdings.
German luxury carmaker BMW announced plans on Friday to introduce a self-driving car by 2021, marking the first time a major automaker has given a definitive deadline for creating an autonomous vehicle.
German car maker BMW has announced that it is joining forces with US computer chip giant Intel and the Israeli technology firm Mobileye to develop self-driving cars.
BMW is teaming up with Intel and Mobileye to develop new technology for the auto industry that could put self-driving cars on the road by around 2021.
Car manufacturer joins forces with US computer chip giant and Israeli technology firm to bring fully automated driving into production by 2021
Mobileye NV, a global specialist in the development of vision and data analysis for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving, is to showcase two of its newest aftermarket ADAS products at next month’s Silverstone Fleet Show.
London Mayor Boris Johnson, in Israel as part of a trade and business delegation, praised the innovations made by the Israeli company Mobileye to help improve road safety in the UK’s biggest and most congested city. “It’s fantastic to see that cutting edge technology, such as Cycle Safety Shield developed by Mobileye in Israel, is being utilized to help make London’s roads safer,” said Johnson.
UK-based public and regulated services provider Amey is investing in a new fleet technology that aims to make drivers more aware of cyclists and pedestrians.
Refuse collection vehicles are being fitted with technology designed to make cyclists safer by giving drivers warning of an object in their blind spot, as well as providing audible signals when the left hand indicator is in use.
Hundreds of Australians die on our roads every year, but new crash technology could help to dramatically change those tragic figures.