Technology

Blind Spot Detection

Warns the driver that a pedestrian, cyclist or motorcyclist has been detected in the vehicle’s blind spot.

Why We Need It

According to the NHTSA, In 2017 there were 4,761 people were killed in crashes involving large trucks - vehicles with large blind spots.

How Blind Spot
Detection Works

Mobileye Shield+ has cameras placed around the vehicle continuously monitoring the driving environment in order to detect pedestrians and cyclists hidden in the vehicle’s blind spots, and upon detection alerts the driver to take action.

A yellow visual signal warns the driver that a pedestrian, cyclist or motorcyclist has been detected in the vehicle’s blind spot and to act with caution.
A red visual signal accompanied by an audio alert warn the driver of the risk of an imminent collision and of the need to take immediate preventative action.