Link Fleet Solutions, Inc cares about keeping the roads safe and protecting your assets, this means we care about aftermarket collision avoidance systems and want to always offer you the very best. And as an official Mobileye distributor, we want you to fully understand what Mobileye is and how it can improve your fleet safety.
Mobileye Aftermarket Collision Avoidance System Features
Here are just a few of the many ways that the Mobileye aftermarket collision avoidance system can help you and your drivers stay safer.
Forward Collision Warning
Did you know that 40% of rear-end collisions involve no brake application whatsoever? This means the driver didn’t have time to react or didn’t see the crash coming.
Forward Collision Warning (FCW) Mobileye alerts the driver up to 2.7 seconds before a collision with a vehicle or motorcycle ahead, providing enough reaction time to avoid or mitigate the crash.
Pedestrian & Cyclist Warning
Pedestrians account for 22% of traffic fatalities, as they are the most vulnerable on the road.
Pedestrian & Cyclist Collision Warning (PCW) Mobileye alerts the driver, during daylight, up to 2 seconds before a collision with a pedestrian or cyclist ahead. This provides enough reaction time to avoid or mitigate a collision, taking corrective actions or braking – which could save lives.
Our pedestrian detection is active under 31 MPH and warns of an imminent collision with a pedestrian or bicyclist ahead of the vehicle. Just 2 seconds could make all the difference.
Headway Monitoring & Warning
Nearly 4 out of 5 crashes involve driver inattention or distraction within 3 seconds of the collision.
Headway Monitoring & Warning (HMW) helps the driver keep a safe distance (measured in seconds) from the vehicle ahead by providing visual and audio alerts if this distance becomes unsafe. The definition of a safe distance can be calibrated to fit your fleet needs.
Headway monitoring and warning is active over 19 MPH. Following time is measured relative to the distance and speed to the vehicle ahead, 16 times per second.
Lane Departure Warning
60% of road fatalities are due to unintended lane departures. But Lane Departure Warning (LDW) Mobileye alerts the driver of an apparent unintentional deviation from the driving lane. LDW will not alert when the turn signal is active.
This warning system is active above 34 MPH and indicates if your tire is too close to – or has crossed—the lane marking. This also prevents drifting due to distracted driving.
Speed Limit Indication
Speed Limit Indication (SLI) Mobileye recognizes certain traffic signs, notably speed limit signs, and notifies the driver both of the speed limit and if the driver is exceeding it. This indicator can be active at any speed.
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Benefits of Our Aftermarket Collision Avoidance System
Our aftermarket collision avoidance system uses technology that never sleeps and is never distracted to be the extra set of eyes on the road at all times, preventing collisions, saving lives, and saving money.
- Over 90% of serious vehicle crashes involve human error, but with only 2 seconds warning nearly all rear-end collisions could be prevented.
- Mobileye aftermarket collision avoidance systems are a one-time investment for fleet safety with seamless installation from iLink.
- Our aftermarket collision avoidance systems can be retrofitted to almost any vehicle, from semis to light-duty trucks, vans, and cars.
- Mobileye aftermarket collision avoidance systems integrate with most telematics providers, delivering visibility of real-time alerts
- iLink customers report 70%+ decrease in forward moving collisions
Keep Your Fleet Safe with iLink Products & Aftermarket Collision Avoidance Systems
iLink’s ultimate goal is to prevent collisions, reduce distracted driving, & increase following time. Our aftermarket collision avoidance system is never distracted, never fatigued, & 99% accurate!
Contact iLink to learn more about your fleet safety, our services, and additional products. We look forward to serving you and making the roads safer for all! And check back on our blog often for updates, services, and new products and knowledge.