We are happy to introduce our new Mobileye Smartphone Application. The Mobileye Smartphone Application allows you to receive critical real-time warnings straight to your personal Smartphone, via Bluetooth connectivity. The Mobileye Smartphone Application will enable you to stay tuned and enjoy our latest upgrades and enhancements for driver assistance by simply downloading innovative Mobileye Smartphone applications from our website. Our world of driver assistance meets your personal cellular device, making road safety more accessible than ever, and ensuring that you, your family and all road users benefit from a safer environment.
The Mobileye Smartphone Application operates only on Mobileye 5-Series products.
Please note: Although the Mobileye IHC icon will appear on the application, it requires additional hardware during installation. Please consult your distributor/installer if your system is equipped with this feature. Low visibility notification – The low visibility icon is displayed at the notifications and settings bar in a shape of an eye. The eye icon has 2 modes: Green mode indicates proper visibility. Orange mode indicates improper visibility.
Pairing your Smartphone with Mobileye 560/550 The pairing process
- Go to your Smartphone device Bluetooth settings screen and search for “new device”.
- Turn on your vehicle ignition key to power up the Mobileye 560/550 system. In a few seconds, your Smartphone device should find a device called “Mobileye 5 BTM” .
- Use your device settings to pair with the Mobileye 560/550 system. When asked for the pass key, enter “1234”. Your Smartphone should now be paired to the Mobileye 560/550 system.
If you fail to pair your device during the first two minutes, you should power cycle the system by turning off and on your vehicle ignition key. After your Smartphone has been paired to the Mobileye 560/550 system, you can proceed to download and install the Mobileye Smartphone application.
NOTE: Pairing new Smartphone to the Mobileye 560/550 system is possible only during the first two minutes after the system has been powered up.
See it in action