Driver-assistance tech firm eyes a city to partner with

The China Post
Date: March 24, 2017
By: Kuan-lin Liu

Mobileye is looking for which city in Taiwan wants to be the first to introduce the

Mobileye sales director David Oberman shows off the Mobileye 630 in Taipei on Thursday, March 23. (Kuan-lin Liu, The China Post)

collision-avoidance system to public vehicles, the Israel-based firm’s sales director told The China Post in an exclusive interview Thursday.

“We can start cooperating straight away in one area — we already have a product which can be used for the benefit of everyone. This product can be installed in any bus, any truck, any car today,” David Oberman said of Mobileye 630.

The collision avoidance system, created by Israeli Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), can detect a four-wheel vehicle’s position in relation on the road as well as nearby cars and pedestrians and warns drivers if they stray too far from their lane or come too close to another object.

“It’s a special three-camera system. One camera looks forward and two more cameras are on the back of the bus or the truck to protect pedestrians, bicycles and scooters,” Oberman explained.    [FULL  STORY

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