To facilitate autonomous driving anywhere in the world, we need to map everywhere in the world. But not just any maps will do. Instead, at Mobileye, we aren’t making overly-precise HD maps when that level of detail isn’t actually needed. We are making maps for the autonomous future.
The broad, global coverage of the Mobileye Roadbook, powered by REM, enables deployment of AVs in new locations almost instantaneously. Below, you can see videos of our developmental AV driving in different countries, on different continents, in very different environments
REM maps have no other sources of data. The Mobileye Roadbook is produced independently of any third-party map and relies exclusively on the process you see here.
Unlike conventional static maps, the Mobileye Roadbook encompasses a dynamic history of how drivers drive on any given stretch of road to better inform the AV’s decision-making process.
Privacy is fundamental to Mobileye. Our data-collection processes implement strict methodologies to comply with data protection and privacy laws, foremost among them the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The data we collect and process is anonymous except where we explicitly state otherwise.
While the Mobileye Roadbook was developed for a future in which self-driving cars are ubiquitous, many of the safety benefits can reach roads today by adding our maps to advanced driver-assistance systems.
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