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Mobileye’s early investment and R&D made it a leader in Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and the autonomous driving industry. Mobileye is proud of the work done by its 450+ engineers, who have helped the company build a reputation of first-in-industry innovation:

  • 2007
  • First camera/radar fusion with Volvo
  • 2008
  • TSR & IHC launched with BMW
    BMW 7-Series production launches with the Mobileye Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) systems and Intelligent High-beam Control (IHC) systems.
  • 2009
  • First bundling of LDW, IHC & TSR with BMW
    First bundling of LDW, IHC & TSR with BMW (Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent High-beam Control, Traffic Sign Recognition)
  • 2010
  • First Pedestrian AEB with Volvo
    First Pedestrian AEB with Volvo (Automatic Emergency Braking)
  • 2011
  • First camera-only FCW with BMW, GM & Opel
    BMW and General Motors launch the first OEM production of camera-only (i.e. no radar) FCW (Forward Collision Warning) system using Mobileye EyeQ®2.
  • 2013
  • First camera-only ACC & TJA with BMW
    BMW launches the first camera-only ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) and TJA (Traffic Jam Assistant) using Mobileye EyeQ®2.
  • First camera-only partial AEB with BMW & Nissan
    First camera-only partial AEB with BMW & Nissan using Mobileye EyeQ®2.
  • 2015
  • First camera-only full AEB with Audi
    First camera-only full AEB with Audi using Mobileye EyeQ®3.
  • 2016
  • Mobileye announces REM™
    Mobileye announces REM™ (Road Experience Management) – the first crowdsourced, high-definition map to enable autonomous driving everywhere, not just in geo-fenced areas.
  • First camera-only full speed ACC on Nisan ProPILOT
  • BMW, Intel and Mobileye announce: fully autonomous car in 2021
    First announcement of intent to mass-produce fully autonomous vehicles in conjunction with partners BMW and Intel.
  • Participation in US DoT Smart City Challenge
    As part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge, Mobileye donates 250 units of its Shield+TM product for buses to the city of Columbus, Ohio – winner of the challenge – to assist Columbus in becoming the first American “smart city.”