Images: Abellio London Achieves Significant Reductions in Collisions and Injuries through Mobileye Safety Trial

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Photo 1: Transit buses equipped with Mobileye collision avoidance technology sit in Abellio London’s Battersea depot in central London. Abellio London, a London bus operator, has launched a trial of safety technology from Intel’s Mobileye. (Source: Kevin Murphy/Intel Corporation)

Photo 2: The vision sensor in Mobileye’s collision avoidance technology views the road ahead and identifies traffic signs and road users. Abellio London, a London bus operator, has launched a trial of safety technology from Intel’s Mobileye. (Source: Kevin Murphy/Intel Corporation)

Photo 3: The Mobileye collision avoidance system determines if there is a potential danger and warns drivers with visual and audible alerts. Abellio London, a London bus operator, has launched a trial of safety technology from Intel’s Mobileye. (Source: Kevin Murphy/Intel Corporation)

Photo 4: The Mobileye system’s “eyewatch” sends visual and audible alerts that enable critical reaction time for drivers and allows them to prevent or mitigate collisions. Abellio London, a London bus operator, has launched a trial of safety technology from Intel’s Mobileye. (Source: Kevin Murphy/Intel Corporation)

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