Why consumers choose mobileye

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  • Over 80% of human-factor related collisions are linked to problems with alertness in the 2 seconds before the collision.
  • Why consumers choose mobileye

    1. 2. * Sources: VTRC – Virginia Transportation Research Council NHTSA – www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/injury/research/UDAshortrpt/background.html Human Factor: 93% Other: 7% Misc.: 20% 3-second lack of alertness 80%
    2. 3. Global Available for purchase through over 44 distributors worldwide Tested in private and fleet vehicles, with a proven record of significant collision reduction and a positive effect on driver behavior Effective A compact, single-camera system designed to fit the budget of drivers, fleet managers, and more Affordable
    3. 4. Pedestrian Collision Warning Headway Monitoring & Warning Forward Collision Warning Lane Departure Warning Urban Forward Collision Warning C2-270
    4. 5. <ul><li>Easily mounted in driver’s front view range. </li></ul><ul><li>Bright, distinct icons provide distinct visual alerts for PCW, FCW, LDW and HMW. </li></ul><ul><li>Smart camera with SeeQ2™ installed </li></ul><ul><li>Windshield mount included </li></ul>NEW PRODUCT Global launch In September 2010 Optional hookup to fleet management system for data logging
    5. 6. Forward Collision Warning FCW Audio-visual alert warns driver up to 2.7 seconds before an impending collision. Includes Highway and urban driving support Lane Departure Warning LDW Audio-visual signals warn driver ahead of an unintentional deviation from driving lane. Headway Monitoring and Warning HMW <ul><ul><li>System assists the driver to keep a safe driving distance from the vehicle ahead. </li></ul></ul>Pedestrian Collision Warning PCW Warns the driver before a possible collision with pedestrians or bicycle-riders.
    6. 8. Forward Collision Warning (motorcycle)
    7. 9. Forward Collision Warning (night-time)
    8. 10. Lane Departure Warning

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