Mobile eye can help detect: Lane Departure, Forward Collision Monitoring, Headway Monitoring, Speed Indication, Intelligent High Beam and Pedestrian Collision Monitoring. Using sophisticated vision algorithms, Mobileye’s collision avoidance technology is able to ‘interpret’ a scene in real-time and provide drivers with an immediate evaluation based on its analysis. Automakers are now adopting this technology into their rapidly expanding safety feature applications known as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
The advantages of Mobileye’s mono-camera based technology have been recognized by a growing list of vehicle manufacturers. Production started in 2007 with three manufactures– Volvo, BMW and General Motors on multiple vehicle models, and has now become more widespread in the market. Mobileye is currently working on series programs for launch through to MY15 (year 2014) and beyond for 10 distinct vehicle manufacturers, and will be available as either an optional addition or as a standard fit on over 100 vehicles in the market place, with functions ranging from LDW to vision only Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Mitigation by Braking
For the complete range of Mobileye mono-camera based applications.
In the OEM market Mobileye distinguishes itself from the competition by 3 key technical highlights:
Monocular approach – the ability to perform obstacle detection, range and relative speed measurement with a single camera.
A unique range of vision based DAS applications.
The Mobileye EyeQ™ vision-system-on a chip.
The current list of OEM partners with whom Mobileye is working is – AUDI AG, Adam Opel AG, BMW, Chrysler, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Honda, Hyundai Kia Motor Company, Jaguar Land Rover, Mitsubishi Motor Company, Peugeot Citroen, Volvo, Yulon Motors, Scania