AI-based Collision Avoidance Technology
Providing road-tested, advanced driver safety
Just like when we drive, using our vision to scan the road and judge how far we are from obstacles and what potential dangers they pose—a camera can also scan the way ahead with the advantage of never becoming fatigued or distracted.
The system’s AI is based on two decades of stress testing our algorithms against real-life driving situations and over 200 million miles of high-resolution video from automaker pre-production testing.
The key element in our system is in the ability to mimic how people understand the roadscape. Through the use of artifcial intelligence, Mobileye’s EyeQ® chip is able to identify potential hazards and alert drivers in real-time.
See How it works
Watch the video to discover how Mobileye has been able to mimic human skills to warn drivers.
Mobileye’s collision avoidance system continuously monitors the road ahead and warns the driver a few seconds before a potential collision.
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