The drive toward an autonomous future is first and foremost about safer roads. It is a future that can’t come soon enough for the 1 million people who die in crashes each year. Intel and Mobileye see it as a moral imperative to deliver the technology that will make this future possible.

But we don’t have to wait for fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) to make our roads safer. Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) or assisted driving solutions are already reducing the number and severity of crashes. And the more vehicles that we can equip with this technology, the more we can bring these benefits forward.

Mobileye is the leader in assisted driving today, present in 12 of the 16 cars that received a 5-star safety rating from EuroNCAP in 2018. We were pioneers in the use of computer vision technology to save lives on the road. Today that technology is scaling up to become the building blocks for a fully autonomous vehicle. At the same time, the technology we are developing for AVs is proving useful for next-level ADAS that we call “level 2+.”

For Mobileye and Intel, safety is our North Star. And the safer roads we expect from our autonomous future are arriving with assisted driving today.

Quick Quotes

“We view it as a moral imperative to pursue a future with autonomous vehicles (AVs), but to not wait for it when we have the technology to save lives today.”
– Prof. Amnon Shashua, Intel Sr. Vice President and President and CEO of Mobileye, an Intel Company

“The adoption of RSS by our global partners and their willingness to invest in an RSS-based safety standard demonstrates their serious commitment to a safer autonomous future.”
– Jack Weast, senior principal engineer, Intel, and vice president of Automated Vehicle Standards, Mobileye, an Intel Company

“The key differentiator of our system is that it is designed to meet important goals of safety and economic scalability from the beginning. We target a vehicle that gets from point A to point B faster, smoother and less expensively than a human-driven vehicle.”
– Prof. Amnon Shashua, Intel. Sr. Vice President and President and CEO of Mobileye, an Intel Company

“We are really close to perfecting the technology for self-driving cars. But our driverless future won’t go anywhere if people don’t trust it.”
– Jack Weast, senior principal engineer, Intel, and vice president of Automated Vehicle Standards, Mobileye, an Intel Company

Prof. Amnon Shashua Honored

The Society for Imaging Science and Technology on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019, honored Professor Amnon Shashua, president and CEO of Mobileye and senior vice president of Intel, with its Electronic Imaging Scientist of the Year award.

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Professor Amnon Shashua (left), president and CEO of Mobileye and senior vice president of Intel, receives the Electronic Imaging Scientist of the Year award from the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) from Radka Tezaur, Intel research scientist, and incoming chair for the annual IS&T symposium. Shashua received the award for “his pivotal contributions to computer vision and machine learning, and for advancing autonomous driving and wearable assistive devices for the visually-impaired” on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019, at the IS&T annual symposium in San Francisco, where he also delivered the keynote address. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
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Mobileye in Daegu, Korea

Leaders of Mobileye, an Intel Company, and Daegu Metropolitan City in Korea signed a memorandum of understanding on Thursday at 2019 CES in Las Vegas. They agreed to begin installation in the second half of 2019 of hundreds of Mobileye 8 Connect™ units on public transportation and taxi fleets. The project will crowdsource data from Daegu to enable improvements in infrastructure, transportation and mobility-as-a-service, and to make Daegu safer, smarter and autonomous-ready.

  • Prof. Amnon Shashua (right), president and CEO of Mobileye, an I
  • Prof. Amnon Shashua (right), president and CEO of Mobileye, an I
  • Prof. Amnon Shashua (right), president and CEO of Mobileye, an I

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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


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Intel and Mobileye at CES 2019

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2019 CES: Intel and Warner Bros.

  • Visitors to the Intel booth at CES 2019 on Thursday, Jan. 10. 20
  • Equipped with a large screen TV, projectors, sensory and haptic
  • A BMW X5 outfitted by Intel and Warner Bros. offers passengers a
  • Interactive displays in the BMW X5 concept car outfitted by Inte

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