How does Mobileye keep drivers safe?

To achieve the high standards we set for collision avoidance and driver safety, Mobileye uses a one­-of­-a­-kind artificial vision sensor that views the road ahead and identifies vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists in the vehicle’s path.

Mobileye provides greater peace of mind by accurately identifying other vehicles, cyclists, and pedestrians, while also detecting lane markings and speed limit signs. This allows the system to continuously measure the distance and relative speed of your vehicle in relation to others on the road. Using this information, the system determines if there is a potential danger and then warns the driver with visual and audible alerts.

The visual and audible alerts are uniquely positioned to address some of the main causes of collisions singled out by major automotive safety organizations. In fact, studies by the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration, Department of Transportation, and the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute indicate that:

  • 93% of the accidents investigated in the study were due to human error, with driver inattention being the primary cause.
  • Nearly 80% of crashes and 65% of near-crashes involved some form of driver inattention within three seconds before the event.
  • 40% of rear­-end collisions have no brake application whatsoever.
  • 60% of road accident fatalities are due to unintentional lane departure.

Mobileye addresses all of these concerns with an Advanced Driver Assistance System that is undistracted, never fatigued, and 99% accurate.

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These alerts are vital, giving the driver critical time to react and possibly prevent, or at the very least mitigate, a collision.

Look through the lense of a Mobileye system

Mobileye in action during daylight hours. View on YouTube

Mobileye in action during nighttime. View on YouTube

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