- Amstelveen, Noord-Holland
- Mobileye is a technology company developing vision-based advanced driver assistance systems that help prevent and mitigate collisions.
- Ziv Aviram, Amnon Shashua
- Transportation, Analytics, Automotive
Mobileye is a pioneer in the development of vision systems for on-board Driving Assistance Systems; providing data for decision making applications such as Mobileye's Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning, Headway Monitoring, High Beam Assistand more. Founded in 1999, the company is recognized as the leading provider of vision-based driver assistance technologies and has been selected by major automotive companies worldwide for their production vehicles.
To date, Mobileye's technology has been launched by BMW 5-Series, 6-Series, 7-Series, Volvo S80, XC70 and V70 models, and Buick Lucerne, Cadillac DTS and STS.
Mobileye's mission is to develop vision systems for accident reduction and driver assistance. These systems work as a third eye for the driver by supporting the driver in performing routine driving tasks (e.g., distance keeping, adaptive cruise control) and provide timely warnings (e.g., lane departure warning, forward collision warning) in dangerous situations.
Funding Rounds (3) - $515MUpdate
Current Team (17)Update
|Aug 22, 2017||The Street - Intel Completes Subsequent Offering Period Of Tender Offer For Mobileye|
|Aug 21, 2017||Haaretz - Hebrew University Faculty Urge End to Crisis With Mobileye Founder Amnon Shashua|
|Aug 20, 2017||globes.co.il - Mobileye deal making Israel smart car hub|
|Aug 18, 2017||Les Echos - News - Voiture autonome : la course aux partenariats s'accélère|
|Aug 17, 2017||NeoWin - Fiat Chrysler will join BMW, Intel and Mobileye to develop autonomous driving platform|
|Aug 17, 2017||Digit - Fiat Chrysler joins BMW, Intel, Mobileye partnership for autonomous vehicles|
|Aug 17, 2017||globes.co.il - Mobileye founder quits Hebrew U over royalties dispute|
|Aug 17, 2017||Haaretz - Mobileye co-founder quits Hebrew University in dispute over royalties|
Amstelveen, Noord-Holland 1181