Realizing the dream of riding in a self-driving vehicle will, in the not-so-distant future, be as simple as a few taps on your smartphone. But what may be just that easy for the passenger demands a series of highly advanced technologies to execute. And we’re proud to support our partners around the world with key individual components of the mobility stack or a full-stack, end-to-end solution. Here’s a quick look at each of the individual layers comprising Mobileye’s modular self-driving Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) suite.

MaaS Layer 1: Self-Driving System

The most essential element to an autonomous vehicle is the self-driving system, like the one developed by Mobileye

Stemming from years of autonomous-vehicle development and decades of experience in driver-assistance technologies, Mobileye’s turnkey self-driving system can be integrated into a wide range of vehicles from our automotive manufacturing partners. The system includes several of Mobileye’s state-of-the-art technologies, including our EyeQ® System-on-a-Chip devices, REM™-powered Mobileye Roadbook™ AV maps, True Redundancy™ sensing systems, and Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) framework.

MaaS Layer 2: Self-Driving Vehicles

Fully integrated self-driving vehicles will come in many shapes and sizes, incorporating various technologies developed by Mobileye

Our self-driving system, like all Mobileye technologies, is built to be easily and seamlessly integrated into a variety of vehicles for the transportation of people as well as goods. Mobileye is partnering with automotive OEMs to develop and produce multiple, fully driverless, Level-4 vehicle platforms, suitable for anything from a self-driving car to an autonomous shuttle bus. These ready-for-deployment vehicles can be provided to private and public transportation operators.

MaaS Layer 3: Fleet & Tele-Operations

Mobileye and Moovit offer tele-operation capabilities to enable to smooth integration of self-driving vehicles on today’s roadways

Our fleet management services provide fleet operators with the tools they need to make informed decisions in keeping their vehicles charged, maintained, and clean. The tele-operation application and functionality allows for decision support should human operators be required to support with rules, routing, or semantic decisions, or to approve specific maneuvers.

MaaS Layer 4: Mobility Intelligence Platform & Services

Mobileye and Moovit offer a full stack of mobility services to deploy self-driving vehicles where they’re needed, when they’re needed

With Moovit’s Urban Mobility Analytics, the self-driving vehicles can be deployed precisely where they’re needed, when they’re needed. Based on predicted and real-time passenger demand, this crucial layer of mobility intelligence allows our service to be organically woven into existing fabric of a city’s public transportation network, reducing (instead of adding to) traffic congestion. In addition, the mobility platform includes a wide range of services from booking, payment, and ticketing to routing and even cloud infrastructure.

MaaS Layer 5: Rider Experience & Services

Moovit’s end-user app will enable passengers to order up a Mobileye self-driving robotaxi on demand

Moovit’s multi-modal urban mobility end-user apps for web, Android, and iOS offer convenient and seamless user interaction. The solution is designed to enable best-in-class user experience, inform passengers, and generate confidence and trust in the safety and convenience of the self-driving services.

Combining the strengths of Mobileye’s cutting-edge self-driving technologies with Moovit’s proven mobility services yields a wide variety of engagement options and a complete end-to-end solution, already embraced by local partners around the world: from Israel to France, the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, and Japan (with more partnerships soon to follow).

For more information, visit the Mobileye Self-Driving Mobility Services page.

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