Publish Date 13/05/2013 Category Mobileye in the News, Online Publications Publisher Road Ahead Country
Publish Date 10/05/2013 Category Mobileye in the News Publisher Australian Channel 10 News Country
Publish Date 17/04/2013 Category Mobileye in the News, Uncategorized Publisher Mobileye Country
Publish Date 11/04/2013 Category Mobileye in the News, Online Publications Publisher CBS Detroit Country
Publish Date 11/04/2013 Category Mobileye in the News Publisher Crain's Detroit Business Country
Publish Date 11/04/2013 Category Mobileye in the News, Online Publications Publisher Mlive Country
Publish Date 10/04/2013 Category Mobileye in the News, Online Publications Publisher AutoTech Daily Country
With 93% of casualties among humanitarian aid workers the result of vehicle accidents, Fleet Forum, an independent knowledge center focused on improving the safety and efficiency of humanitarian vehicle fleets, has decided to adopt Mobileye vehicle technology.
Publish Date 09/04/2013 Category Mobileye in the News, Online Publications Publisher fleetOwner Country United States
Jerusalem, Israel, April 8th, 2013 – Mobileye, the world leader in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), announced today that it will be participating in a driver behavior study run by the Transport and Road Safety Group (TARS) at Australia’s University of New South Wales. The TARS Group of the University of New South Wales has commenced work on an integrated facility for the implementation of Australia's first large-scale Naturalistic Driving Study (NDS). The NDS team will be utilising Mobileye's life saving technology in some 400 cars in Australian cities, integrated with data acquisition systems, to continuously record data on driver behavior in normal and safety-critical situations. This data will serve planners and policy makers in the ongoing effort to reduce death and injury on Australia's roads.
Publish Date 08/04/2013 Category P.R.'s, Press Room Publisher Mobileye Country Israel
Mobileye develops and provides the automotive industry with ADAS capabilities based on monocular vision. The monocular vision technologies include objects (pedestrian and vehicle) detection, lane detection and traffic sign recognition and high/low beam control. These technologies are powered by Mobileye's System-on-Chip - (EyeQ) and provide a multitude of applications running in parallel. To find out more, Matthew Beecham talked with Dr. Itay Gat, vice president of production programmes, Mobileye Vision Technologies.
Publish Date 04/03/2013 Category Mobileye in the News Publisher Just-Auto Country
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