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As one of the most successful acquisitions in Intel’s history, Mobileye is a growth engine for INTC. Revenue has more than doubled since the acquisition and fully funds Mobileye’s development work on the autonomous future. Unique in the industry, Mobileye’s business model encompasses the entire automated driving value chain, including the front-facing camera that powers most of today’s advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), conditional autonomy – also known as level 2+ – and the self-driving system (SDS) for robotaxis and consumer autonomous vehicles (AVs). Mobileye is leading in every one of these categories with the industry’s most advanced vision sensing technology, crowd-sourced mapping capability and the Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) driving policy. Read on to learn more about our progress.

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Our Technology: RSS, Mapping (REM), Sensing, Products

RESPONSIBILITY-SENSITIVE SAFETY (RSS)

MAPPING (REM)

» Download video: “2020 CES: Mobileye Maps Las Vegas (B-Roll)”

SENSING


» Download video: “2020 CES: Unedited Ride in Mobileye’s Camera-Driven Autonomous Vehicle (B-Roll)”

Resources: Photos, B-Roll Video

MOBILEYE PHOTOS

Mobileye Management

  • Professor Shai Shalev-Shwartz (left), vice president of technolo
  • A photo from December 2018 shows Professor Shai Shalev-Shwartz (
  • A photo from December 2018 shows Erez Dagan, senior vice preside
  • Professor Amnon Shashua, senior vice president at Intel Corporat

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Mobileye Vehicles

  • A bicyclist crosses in front of Mobileye’s autonomous vehicle
  • A pedestrian crosses in front of Mobileye’s autonomous vehicle
  • A pedestrian crosses in front of Mobileye’s autonomous vehicle
  • A photo from December 2018 shows the interior cabin of a Mobiley
  • A photo from December 2018 shows the interior cabin of a Mobiley
  • A photo from December 2018 shows the interior cabin of a Mobiley
  • A Mobileye autonomous vehicle maneuvers through a tunnel in Jeru
  • A Mobileye autonomous vehicle maneuvers through a tunnel in Jeru
  • A Mobileye autonomous vehicle maneuvers through traffic in Jerus
  • A Mobileye autonomous vehicle maneuvers through traffic in Jerus
  • A Mobileye autonomous vehicle maneuvers through traffic in Jerus
  • A Mobileye autonomous vehicle maneuvers through traffic in Jerus
  • A Mobileye autonomous vehicle maneuvers through traffic in Jerus
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows a Ford Fusion that has been fit
  • A photo from December 2018 shows the interior cabin of a Mobiley
  • A photo from December 2018 shows the interior cabin of a Mobiley
  • A photo from December 2018 shows the interior cabin of a Mobiley

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Mobileye Labs

  • A photo shows a Mobileye rear-corner left camera at a company wo
  • A photo shows a Mobileye front bumper low camera at a company wo
  • A photo shows a Mobileye front-corner right camera at a company
  • A December 2018 photo shows Mobileye’s autonomous vehicle work
  • A December 2018 photo shows Mobileye’s autonomous vehicle work
  • A photo shows the computing tools in the trunk
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s autonomous vehicle wo
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s autonomous vehicle wo
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s autonomous vehicle wo
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s autonomous vehicle wo
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s autonomous vehicle wo
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s autonomous vehicle wo
  • A photo shows the trunk of a Mobileye autonomous car at a compan
  • A photo shows the trunk of a Mobileye autonomous car at a compan
  • Mobileye employees work at the company headquarters in Jerusalem
  • Mobileye employees work at the company headquarters in Jerusalem
  • Mobileye employees work at the company headquarters in Jerusalem
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s stability lab in Jeru
  • Mobileye employees work in the company’s stability lab in Jeru
  • The EyeQ5 is Mobileye’s fifth-generation system-on-chip for ad
  • The EyeQ5 is Mobileye’s fifth-generation system-on-chip for ad
  • The EyeQ5 is Mobileye’s fifth-generation system-on-chip for ad
  • The EyeQ5 is Mobileye’s fifth-generation system-on-chip for ad
  • A December 2018 photo shows a Mobileye camera calibration lab in
  • A photo shows a Mobileye tri-focal camera at a company lab in Je
  • Mobileye employees work in a company lab in Jerusalem in Decembe
  • A single camera is calibrated by Mobileye employees at a company
  • A single camera is calibrated by Mobileye employees at a company
  • Mobileye employees calibrate cameras at a company lab in Jerusal
  • Mobileye employees calibrate cameras at a company lab in Jerusal
  • Mobileye employees calibrate cameras at a company lab in Jerusal
  • Mobileye employees calibrate cameras at a company lab in Jerusal
  • Mobileye employees calibrate cameras at a company lab in Jerusal
  • Mobileye employees calibrate cameras at a company lab in Jerusal

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AUTONOMOUS DRIVING B-ROLL


» Download video: “Mobileye Behind the Scenes (B-Roll)”


» Download video: “Mobileye and Intel’s Autonomous Fleet (B-Roll)”


» Download video: “Intel and Mobileye Test Autonomous Vehicles on Jerusalem’s Streets (B-Roll)”

Events

MOBILEYE AT CES 2020

“Hour with Amnon” News Event


» Video: 2020 CES: Amnon Shashua’s ‘Under the Hood of Mobileye’s Computer Vision’ (Event Replay)

  • Professor Amnon Shashua, Mobileye CEO and Intel senior vice pres
  • Professor Amnon Shashua, Mobileye CEO and Intel senior vice pres
  • Professor Amnon Shashua, Mobileye CEO and Intel senior vice pres
  • Professor Amnon Shashua, Mobileye CEO and Intel senior vice pres
  • Professor Amnon Shashua, Mobileye CEO and Intel senior vice pres

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2020 CES Booth

  • Guests have an under-the-hood look at Mobileye technology poweri
  • Mobileye technology including its family of EyeQ chips is showca
  • A digital car installation displays how Mobileye sensors interpr
  • A wire-frame car highlights Mobileye self-driving technology in
  • An interactive installation demonstrates the vast capabilities o
  • Guests interact with a Mobileye installation to learn more about
  • Jack Weast, Mobileye vice president and Intel senior principal e
  • CES 2020 attendees join Mobileye at its booth to hear how the co
  • Mobileye details the massive opportunity in Mobility-as-a-Servic

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Autonomous Drive through Jerusalem

B-Roll Videos

  • 2020 CES: Mobileye Booth (B-Roll)
  • 2020 CES: Mobileye Maps Las Vegas (B-Roll)
  • 2020 CES: Unedited Ride in Mobileye’s Camera-Driven Autonomous Vehicle (B-Roll)

» Download video: “2020 CES: Unedited Ride in Mobileye’s Camera-Driven Autonomous Vehicle (B-Roll)”
» Download video: “2020 CES: Mobileye Maps Las Vegas (B-Roll)”
»  Download video: “2020 CES: Mobileye Booth (B-Roll)”

2019 MOBILEYE INVESTOR SUMMIT

INTEL INVESTOR DAY

Intel Goes ‘All-In’ on Robotaxi Opportunity

Speaking to Intel investors from London, Professor Amnon Shashua, Intel senior vice president and president and CEO of Mobileye, declared that transportation as a service, as enabled by robotaxis, is a game-changer for mobility. He announced that Intel is “all-in” on the global robotaxi opportunity with the right combination to scale cities quickly. “Intel aspires to a leading position in this market top to bottom,” Shashua said. “We can and are building the full solution. We know that we have the products and market position to deliver an accident-free world.”

More: Intel CEO Commits to Lead Tech Inflections, Play Bigger Role in Customer Success, Focus on Profitability

Mobileye & Amnon Shashua News

Partner News

Quick Quotes

“The industry needs be transparent, to show the work we are doing and not to be shy about it.”
– Prof. Amnon Shashua, President & CEO Mobileye

“The forthcoming IEEE standard will provide a useful tool to answer the question of what it means for an AV to drive safely.”
– Jack Weast, Intel senior principal engineer

“As one of Intel’s big bets, Mobileye is a critical part of Intel’s future and is already exceeding our expectations with ADAS revenue today that is funding the future of driverless cars.”
– George Davis, Intel Chief Financial Officer

“Mobileye is uniquely creating economic and societal value every day of the journey to fully autonomous vehicles…with self-funding of R&D that will enable us to address key segments of a significant TAM.”
– Amnon Shashua, President & CEO Mobileye

“Industry collaboration on the safety of automated vehicles is key to realizing a safe and responsible autonomous future.”
– Jack Weast, Intel senior principal engineer