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January 7th – 10th

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An Hour With Amnon

An Hour With Amnon

Missed Mobileye’s annual CES press conference? Watch the replay to hear the latest updates about Mobileye® strategy, news, and next steps from Mobileye CEO and SVP at Intel, Prof. Amnon Shashua.

Visit Our Booth!

Visit Our Booth!

Visit Our Booth!

Visit the Mobileye booth to experience an eye-opening five-minute show which combines live storytelling and stunning video art to bring Mobileye's strategy to life in a creative and dynamic way. Playing at the top of every hour – don't miss it!

Additionally, tour the booth installations to see – and interact with – Mobileye technology first-hand – both embedded in real hardware, and via interactive displays.

Location of CES 2020
WHERE?

LVCC, North Hall, S228

Next Generation ADAS

Next Generation ADAS

Mobileye continues to pioneer cutting edge ADAS technology, leveraging our unique REM™ mapping technology to introduce enhanced features to the market with L2+. Mobileye is the technology supplier for 8 of 11 current L2+ production programs, and by the end of 2020 we will have shipped our fifty millionth EyeQ® chip.

Robotaxi Revolution

Robotaxi Revolution

For Mobileye, robotaxis are both the strategic bridge to future consumer AVs, as well as a massive opportunity on their own; it’s predicted that the robotaxi market will be worth $160B by 2030. Mobileye is moving full-speed ahead towards the launch of a robotaxi service with Volkswagen in Tel Aviv, and then toward additional cities worldwide.

Data Services

Data Services

In addition to producing the maps for use by future AVs, Mobileye's REM™ mapping technology has also given rise to a promising spin-off data business. Beyond powering safety features, the onboard camera is now being used to capture data about what it sees, from roadside infrastructure assets to numbers of pedestrians at bus stops. This data generates ‘actionable insights’ which enable evidence-based urban planning improvements far beyond the automotive sphere.