From the beginning, two decades ago, hardware and software have lived under one roof at Mobileye. Our growing team of over 1,700 employees is dedicated to our tradition of leveraging the newest technology, including AI, deep learning and crowdsourcing, to create the hardware and software needed to help our over 25 OEM partners enable ADAS systems and eventually fully autonomous vehicles.
Mobileye's self-driving system is designed with a backbone of a camera-centric configuration. Building a robust system that can drive solely based on cameras allows us to pinpoint the critical safety segments for which we truly need redundancy from radars and lidars. This effort to avoid unnecessary over-engineering or sensor overload is key to keeping the cost low.
Beyond the fact that ADAS is the core of life-saving technology, it allows us to validate the technological building blocks of autonomous vehicles through our numerous production programs with automakers that submit our technology to the most stringent safety testing. Our ADAS programs more than 60 million vehicles on roads today provide the financial fuel to sustain autonomous development activity for the long run.
Autonomous vehicles will require many system redundancies to deal with unforeseen circumstances. A high-definition map is required for precise localization of the vehicle, relative to road boundaries and intersections, under all conditions. Mobileye's Road Experience Management (REM), which uses crowd-sourcing, is a unique, low-cost solution for building and rapidly updating this HD map.
MobileEyes software products improve public safetyour inspection products facilitate fire and structural safety while our other applications support emergency response.
Our software applications serve federal, state and local government agencies, universities, and private companies of all sizes. MobileEyes has become a highly trusted and respected brand recognized for exceptional products and unparalleled customer support.
Many fire departments, fire prevention agencies, building departments, and sprinkler and alarm contractors still rely on various codebooks and hand-written forms to conduct safety inspections, prepare first responders and ensure their communities are safe. These approaches are outdated and inefficient. By creating a suite of software applications targeted to various sectors of public safety we hope to help facilitate better communication, more accurate reporting, and ultimately enable a safer world.
The MobileEyes Contractor Portal helps automate compliance reporting. The interface connects private-sector sprinkler and alarm contractors with local fire departments to facilitate the communication of impairments or deficiencies for fire protection and suppression system problems are related inspection reports. Urgent issues trigger instant notifications so inspectors can be deployed to administer follow-up investigations and ensure public safety.
The MobileEyes Suite of Apps was created to make the process of fire and structural safety inspections more efficient, accurate and easy. No matter if you are a Fire Marshal, First Responder, Building Inspector, or Sprinkler and Alarm Contractor, this sophisticated software can help streamline your operations and facilitate accurate communication.
Brighton Area Fire Authority wanted to start a company-based inspection program. They started off with a few other programs that ended up being failures, so they were taken off the shelf and the department went back to pen-and-paper inspections. Other software solutions simply were not working for their dept., so Michael suggested MobileEyes as a solution as a result of his experience at another FD. The MobileEyes solutions allow Brighton Area Fire Authority to comply with firefighter right-to-know requirements by getting the information out of the filing cabinets and into the hands of the incident commanders & fire officers.
"We might have needed to hire a new inspector but because our inspectors became more efficient we were able to put off that hire for at least another year"
Estero fire rescue needed to hire a new inspector or reevaluate their inspection process to keep up with demand. They chose the latter and selected MobileEyes. Before they had MobileEyes, Estero Fire Rescue was spending more time in the office than where they needed to be... (in the field). After implementing the new solution, Scott was able to put off hiring an additional inspector for more than a year and their current inspectors became more efficient. Now they exceed the requirements for annual inspections, giving them time to get back out and complete the pre-plans, which has lowered their ISO rating from a 3 to a 2.
The Sarasota County Fire Department was looking for a solution where they could transition from paper documents to an all-electronic format. Before MobileEyes, they struggled with an efficient inspection process like many fire departments. The reporting and documentation process takes a lot of administrative hours and effort.