iLink is a Mobileye Partner

The all­-in­-one Mobileye Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) provides drivers critical time to take corrective action and possibly avoid or mitigate a collision. Our vision for safety is quickly becoming the recommended standard for a broad range of industries.

Mobileye Benefits

Professional safety for every driver on the road.

The Mobileye ADAS successfully provides advanced driver protection that doesn’t require expert­-level know­-how from the user. In fact, very little driver training is needed at all. The Mobileye system is specifically designed to keep your employees safe as they drive from worksite to worksite. Whether your employees are fleet professionals or everyday drivers, even the most careful driver would benefit from an extra set of eyes on the road – which is exactly what we promise.

Our ADAS relies on a never-­distracted, high­-resolution vision sensor and EyeWatch® visual display to provide proven on­-road protection.


The vision sensor is housed in a black box about the size of a toll tag, and is mounted on the inside of the vehicle’s windshield. The EyeWatch® is conveniently mounted inside the cab. Easy and effective.

The Mobileye ADAS also provides the advantage of an all­-in­-one system for the simplest driver experience with the greatest range of real­time warnings – both visual and audible – which overtime improves driver behavior and decreases number of alerts.

How it Works

How does Mobileye keep drivers safe?

To achieve the high standards we set for collision avoidance and driver safety, Mobileye uses a one-of-a-kind artificial vision sensor in three easy steps.

Step 1. VIEW

The sensor views the road ahead and identifies:

  • Vehicles
  • Pedestrians
  • Cyclists
  • Lane Markings
  • Speed Limit Signs
Step 2. GATHER

Gathering all of this information allows the system to continuously measure the distance and relative speed of your vehicle in relation to other vehicles and pedestrians, the location of the vehicle relative to the lane markings. This consistent gathering of information is tracked and continuously calculated for potentially imminent danger.   

Step 3. DETERMINE

The system determines if there is a potential danger on the road ahead and sends warning via visual and audible alerts.

The visual and audible alerts are uniquely positioned to address some of the main causes of collisions singled out by major automotive safety organizations. In fact, studies by the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration, Department of Transportation, and the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute indicate that:

  • 93% of the accidents investigated in the study were due to human error, with driver inattention being the primary cause.
  • Nearly 80% of crashes and 65% of near-crashes involved some form of driver inattention within three seconds before the event.
  • 40% of rear­-end collisions have no brake application whatsoever.
  • 60% of road accident fatalities are due to unintentional lane departure.

Mobileye addresses all of these concerns with an ADAS that is undistracted, never fatigued, and 99% accurate.

Cars

Safer cars, fewer collisions.

Cars become safer every day as automobile manufacturers improve seatbelts, airbags, and other driver safety features.

While seatbelts and airbags effectively protect drivers after a collision has occurred and are undeniably critical to saving lives, the new frontier of automotive safety is focusing on greater collision prevention.

After all, isn’t ‘no collision’ better than a ‘safer collision’?

NHTSA recognizes in its study that the cause of 93% of collisions are due to human error, and even the most careful driver can become distracted and inattentive. Rather than planning for the results of inattention, we’ve created a way to regain driver attention.

Mobileye’s unique vision-based system sees the road ahead:
  • Recognizes other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, lane markings, and speed limit signs
  • Analyzes the situation
  • Warns drivers if a collision is imminent, a lane departure has occurred, or other potential hazards are in the vehicle’s path
By deploying both a visual and audible alert in real time, the driver is sure to take notice and have ample time to react.

While the technology that drives Mobileye is complicated, user operation is incredibly easy.

  • The entire system, consisting of only two pieces, is mounted discretely inside the vehicle
  • Very little driver training required

The Mobileye ADAS provides an extra set of eyes for seasoned drivers and new drivers alike, which is why nearly 32 million vehicles worldwide are equipped with Mobileye.

Light, Medium, and Heavy Duty

The most advanced driver technology for the toughest jobs.

Heavy duty and trailer vehicles require highly skilled drivers, as they’re typically the most difficult vehicles to maneuver.

While we have the utmost confidence in your drivers and fleet, collisions do happen – but they don’t have to.

The Mobileye ADAS offers the latest advancement in collision avoidance, utilizing our one­-of-­a-kind intelligent vision sensor to survey the road ahead.

Our high-resolution vision sensor is a toll-tag sized black box that mounts on the inside windshield, where it’s able to communicate with the EyeWatch® visual display (also located inside the cab). Using audible and visual alerts for an array of different hazards, the system sends simple warnings via an easy-to-read display for the driver if corrective action needs to be taken as well as an audible alert.

This versatility makes Mobileye a highly advanced all­-in­-one collision avoidance system available to fleets as an aftermarket add­-on, capable of delivering real time warnings and information:

  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Headway Monitoring & Warning
  • Pedestrian & Cyclist Collision WarningSpeed Limit Indicator
  • Intelligent High Beam Control
  • Turn Signal Reminder
  • Low Visibility Indicator

By warning drivers in real time, they’re given vital seconds to use their driving experience to best react and avoid, or at least mitigate, a collision. Plus, there are minimal false warnings to ensure that all received alerts are taken seriously.