Mobileye In the Field
Read about our customers' experiences
03.02.2020Collision Avoidance, Fleet Safety
Starting in December 2017, 'Seman Tov' bus company began installing Mobileye units in most of their over 150 buses. The result has been a visible increase in safety.Read More
In a successful pilot program, P&B trucks equipped with Mobileye collision avoidance systems saw, among other benefits, an 80% drop in rear-end collisions.Read More
29.10.2019Fleet Safety, Collision Avoidance
In 2017 the Chinese government implemented regulations requiring all vehicles greater than nine meters in length to be equipped with both forward collision warning and lane departure warning. Jinshan needed the most effective way to comply with this regulation. Amongst other benefits, Jinshan witnessed a 49% drop in the number of forward collision warnings and a 5% decrease in energy consumption.Read More
08.09.2019Collision Avoidance, Fleet Safety, Distracted Driving
When Yoshida Taxi needed to decrease crashes, they turned to Mobileye for a collision avoidance
system. They experienced lower collision rates among other benefits.
Keisuke Hotta, Managing Director Yoshida said "It was worth the investment because the number of accidents decreased and as a result insurance premiums decreased. In addition, we would like to differentiate (ourselves) from other companies by (having) a safety device in all cars."
Coregas is a leading distributor of hazardous products across Australia and New Zealand. Given the nature of its cargo the company is fully aware that its commitment to safety has to be above and beyond normal standards.Read More
Abellio London, which runs London buses for Transport for London, was determined to lower their fleet’s collision rate as part of Vision Zero, a project to reduce road deaths to zero by 2041.
Working with Mobileye, Abellio launched a pilot project, in February 2018, installing collision avoidance systems on 66 buses traveling three different London routes. The trial was done in coordination with drivers and their union and was supported by Transport for London’s Bus Safety Innovation Fund.
21.01.2019Collision Avoidance, Fleet Safety, Fleet Management
Learn how Ambu-Trans Ambulette was able to dramatically reduce fleet collisions by installing Mobileye collision avoidance systems.Read More
Universal Tyre & Autocentres Dramatically Reduces Collision Rates with Mobileye’s Collision Avoidance System
Universal Tyre & Autocentres was facing a crisis. Collison rates were spiking dramatically, especially collisions where a company driver struck the vehicle in front. Between October 2016 and October 2017 their drivers were involved in 10 such collisions, some of them severe, posing a danger to both their drivers and other.Read More
Washington State Study Shows Benefits of Mobileye Shield+™ Collision Avoidance and Blind Spot Detection System
A research program shows how transportation companies can improve safety and cut costs with specially designed collision and pedestrian avoidance systems.Read More
For Formosa Plastics Group FPG, one of Taiwan’s largest hazardous material enterprises, safety is of critical importance. Transporting hazardous goods around a densely-populated island means any collision can cause untold damage.Read More
03.07.2018Collision Avoidance, Fleet Safety
Zero collisions is a big claim to make. Yet, this is the actual result which we have seen in a 60-vehicle pilot with Winslow Construction Group in Australia.
with 90% of all Australian crashes caused by minor mistakes such as distraction, fatigue or being slightly above the speed limit, the installation of Mobileye across the fleet of CDC Victoria and CDC NSW aims to minimise at-fault incidents, prevent collisions and injuries, and potentially save lives." ComfortDelGro Corporation Australia (CDC)Read More
Revv offers car rentals in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi NCR, Chandigarh, Jaipur and Visakhapatnam, with a simple and convenient platform that allows customers to order a car online or through an app, to have the car delivered to their doorstep and to return it to their preferred location.
When asked to identify his main reasons for piloting Mobileye in the Revv fleet, co-founder Karan Jain said there were three:
“As a car rental company, reducing [car accident] damage rates has three distinct benefits:
Increasing uptime of vehicles
Reducing repair and maintenance costs
Getting lower rates from insurance companies, for the insurance of these vehicles
The Mobileye solution helps in considerably reducing the damage rates and hence achieving these three objectives.”
When SAB Miller - now AB Inbev - decided to take on accident prevention, they connected with Orlando Velez Naar, General Manager of INVEA – official Mobileye distributor in Colombia. They decided to start with a test case: Transportes TEV in Colombia installed 180 Mobileye units. They reported a reduction in collisions of 70%.
This led to the decision to install Mobileye in the entire Latin American fleet of 1,200 vehicles.