Law enforcement officers can be in their vehicles for as many as 12 hours a day. With their focus continuously shifting between monitoring disturbances and enforcing traffic laws, collisions can occur.
Law enforcement officers often have many more distractions than a civilian driver, such as looking at their MDT/MDC, in addition to paying attention to the road. Therefore, even the most careful officer could use an extra set of eyes.
Serving the Law Enforcement Community
We have developed a system specifically for law enforcement use, designed to have all the alerts of our original system, with the difference being that non-critical alerts will be muted when the vehicle is in pursuit mode with emergency lights and sirens on. The most critical alerts, Forward Collision and Pedestrian Collision, will remain active. This allows officers to effectively address each on-road situation as they see fit, while still benefiting from alerts of imminent collisions.
The Mobileye system is also better protected from damage than radar-based detectors, since the unit is placed on the interior windshield rather than on the vehicle’s bumpers.
Our Advanced Driver Assistance System can be effectively deployed across patrol cars, detective vehicles, detention vans, and just about any other vehicle in your fleet.
What can you expect from the Mobileye system for law enforcement?
Best of all, the Mobileye Advanced Driver Assistance System helps deliver peace of mind and safer streets.
Mobileye proudly serves several law enforcement agencies, such as: