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Enhanced Safety on the Roads enables Fleets to Reduce TCO

Mobileye was recognized as “the most innovative product of the year 2011 for the logistics industry” and awarded the prize during the Award Ceremony on December 2 in Poland

Mobileye, the global leader in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems, wins Innovative Logistics Product for 2011, for its contribution to enhanced road safety and its positive effects on reducing TCO and improving financial parameters. The Award was given by an independent jury during an exclusive Gala Ceremony that took place in Warsaw on December 2, organized by the biggest Polish trucks and logistics magazine, and by Truck & Business magazine, in front of an audience of 500 attendants. 

Mobileye is proud to add the Innovative Logistics Product for 2011 Award to the International Fleet Industry Award received last October.

Piotr Nawrocki, Mobileye’s Regional Manager for Poland, Slovakia and the Baltic Countries received the Award. “Mobileye is synonymous with innovation. This Award is the confirmation that we deliver an unparalleled offering in the market and car producers, which introduce ADAS chose to use Mobileye technology. Mobileye is the product which helps our companies become more effective and save money, by promoting better and smarter driving. It is essential now, when the economic crisis is rearing its head again.”

About Mobileye
Mobileye is the technology leader in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). The company’s unique vision-based platform, driven by its proprietary chipset and algorithms, works as a third eye to mitigate and reduce the risk of collision. Mobileye’s comprehensive solutions are available for aftermarket applications and are integrated into the vehicles of a growing number of manufacturers including BMW, General Motors, Volvo and others. Headquartered in The Netherlands, Mobileye has offices in the United States, Israel, Cyprus and Japan. For more information, please visit

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