Company Overview of Mobileye N.V.
Mobileye N.V., along with its subsidiary, designs, develops, manufactures, and supplies camera-based advanced driver assistance systems for the automotive industry worldwide. It offers advanced driver assistance systems with forward collision warning, pedestrian collision warning, headway monitoring warning, lane departure warning, intelligent high-beam control, and speed limit indicator features; and Mobileye Smartphone Application, which allows users to receive critical real-time warnings to their personal smartphones via Bluetooth connectivity. The company provides vision applications for onboard driving assistant systems. Its products are used in various applications, such as lane detect...
Amsterdam, 1082 PB
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for Mobileye N.V.
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Executive Officer of Mobileye Japan Ltd
Chief Executive Officer of North American Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
Mobileye N.V. Key Developments
GE Capital Fleet Services Expands Suite of Safety Products with Agreement with MobilEye N.V
Jun 10 13
GE Capital Fleet Services announced an agreement that will give GE's truck fleet customers access to the Mobileye collision avoidance system. The only National Highway Traffic Safety Administration-compliant system, Mobileye enhances driver safety, helps to reduce the risk of collisions and helps improve Compliance, Safety & Accountability (CSA) scores. The agreement with Mobileye in the fleet industry addressing the increasing concerns for driver safety. Mobileye notifies drivers of potential accidents by alerting them to impending collisions with cars, trucks, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians, when making an unintended lane departure, and when following the preceding vehicle too closely. Additionally, Mobileye's proprietary Traffic Sign Recognition technology identifies posted speed limits in real-time and alerts drivers to speed limit violations, reducing the likelihood of speeding tickets. Mobileye also automatically controls high beams depending upon distance to preceding and oncoming traffic. In addition to Mobileye, GE's safety product suite includes a safety-recall reporting system with Carfax; Accident Services reporting, repairs and subrogation; DriverCare MVR Manager for motor vehicle record compliance and reporting; and DriverCare Risk Manager for identifying at-risk drivers and assigning remedial training.
MobilEye N.V. and STMicroelectronics NV Announces System-on-Chip
Oct 24 12
MobilEye N.V. and STMicroelectronics NV announced that their jointly developed vision-processor System-on-Chip, using Mobileye's EyeQ(TM) technology, is now deployed in more than one million vehicles around the world. With a growing list of manufacturers building the system into their vehicles, including BMW, GM, Volvo, Ford and many more, ST and Mobileye expect to continue to expand their presence in the automotive safety market. Partnering in the development of driver safety technology since 2005, Mobileye and ST have delivered two generations of vision processors that use Mobileye's sophisticated collision avoidance technology and ST's automotive-grade manufacturing technology and expertise to 'interpret' a scene in real-time and provide drivers and their vehicles with an immediate evaluation. The third-generation EyeQ3(TM) is in development and will be introduced by car makers as early as 2014. Benefiting from the combination of ST's industry-acclaimed strengths in the design and manufacture of automotive ICs (Integrated Circuits) with Mobileye's position in collision-avoidance systems based on advanced artificial vision technology, the EyeQ vision processors constantly monitor the driving scene in front of the vehicle and alert the driver before an impending accident with a car, pedestrian, bicyclist, motorcycle or if the driver is about to veer out of their lane without using a turn signal. The EyeQ is also capable of detecting speed limit signs as well as adding intelligent high-beam control of the vehicles' high and low beams during night driving. The EyeQ vision processors have featured lane-departure warning since 2007, traffic-sign recognition and intelligent high-beam control since 2008, pedestrian detection with radar fusion since 2010, and camera-only forward-collision warning since 2011. Future-generation devices will include camera-only automatic electronic braking, as well as various features enabled by self-driving technologies.
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