26 Nov '17, 6pm

@Mobileye ADAS technology can help combat distracted driving. Learn more

@Mobileye ADAS technology can help combat distracted driving. Learn more

Mobileye: Enhancing driver safety Date: 17.08.2017 Tweet send to a friend SPONSORED CONTENT: Cutting-edge technology promises to enhance driver safety, reduce risk and lower vehicle-operating costs Bus operators are already embracing this technology, with ComfortDelgro Corporation Australia (CDC) equipping over 1000 buses across their NSW and VIC fleets with the Mobileye Advanced Driver Assistance System The bus industry is now able to harness the benefits of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and collision avoidance technologies. Head over to your local car dealership (pick any brand) and you’ll notice that two or three models in their range will include collision mitigation technology. Each automotive brand has their own unique name for them, but collectively they’re known as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Essentially, these systems use the latest in sensor a...

Full article: https://www.busnews.com.au/sponsored-content/1708/mobiley...

Tweets

@mobileye

newsroom.intel.com 05 Dec '17, 2pm

Autonomous driving creates more free time for p...

newsroom.intel.com 29 Nov '17, 4pm

So much of the discussion around autonomous driving has naturally focused on the car as a mode of transportation, but as d...

EnSilica co-processor lightens the ADAS processing load

EnSilica co-processor lightens the ADAS process...

electronicsweekly.com 27 Nov '17, 11am

It is claimed to have up to 20x lower power requirements than today’s lower resolution systems and lower system costs, as ...

Self-driving buses will soon make their way to ...

digitaltrends.com 26 Nov '17, 3pm

Self-driving buses are quickly making their way around the world, and now, they’re landing in Singapore. The Asian island ...