Mobileye Integrates its Collision Avoidance System with Accel's VOYAGER Connected Car Smartphone
Mobileye, N.V., a Dutch private company and a leader in camera-based advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) technologies for the automotive industry and Accel Telecom Ltd., a leading provider of cellular based connected car solutions, have announced the integration of Mobileye's Collision avoidance system with Accel's VOYAGER connected car smartphone. The integrated solution allows remote monitoring of Mobileye alerts transmitted via the VOYAGER 3G cellular connection, which is ideal for fleet managers, insurance companies and families that want to receive real time updates on their driver's behavior on the road.
Isaac Litman, Mobileye CEO commented: Integrating Mobileye Collision Avoidance systems with VOYAGER is an elegant solution that allows both the driver and a third party to receive Mobileye's life saving alerts in real time which is a real need for fleet managers, businesses, families and more. We are happy to partner with Accel on this exciting offering and believe it will enhance the Mobileye experience.
Marc Seelenfreund, Accel CEO commented: VOYAGER is designed to enhance safe driving and provide an advanced connected car driving experience. The integrated VOYAGER - Mobileye solution will add an additional layer of driver safety via remote monitoring of Mobileye alerts. GSMA forecasts the global connected car market to grow threefold within 5 years and will be worth 39 Billion Euro in 2018. Adding remote monitoring for Mobileye's leading Collision Avoidance system via our connected car smartphone will certainly be beneficial for this large scale market.
Mobileye is a world leader in the development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. The company's unique vision-based platform, driven by its proprietary chipset and algorithms, works as a third eye to mitigate and avoid the risk of collision. Mobileye's solutions range from timely alert against imminent collisions and road departure through active braking for accident prevention and mitigation and to an autonomous vehicle. Mobileye's technology is or will be available through 19 automakers worldwide and is also offered as an aftermarket product. Its products are already installed by large fleet companies around the world and are accepted by many insurance companies. Headquartered in The Netherlands, Mobileye has the world's largest machine vision development center in Jerusalem, Israel, and offices in the United States, Cyprus, China, Germany and Japan
Accel is a leader in the connected car market with its Truckfone and VOYAGER connected car devices. VOYAGER is a dedicated connected car smartphone that provides drivers with a safer and superior connected car experience combining Android smartphone technologies to create the first standalone 3G Connected Car Smartphone easily installed in any car. See http://www.voyager.co.il