Mobileye is a technology company developing vision and data analysis for driver assistance systems and autonomous driving. Its proprietary software algorithms and EyeQ chips perform interpretations of the visual field in order to anticipate possible collisions with other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, animals, debris, and other obstacles. The company offers products that are also able to detect roadway markings such as lanes, road boundaries, barriers, and similar items, as well as to identify and read traffic signs and traffic lights.

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Parent CompanyIntel
HQJerusalem, IL
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Mobileye was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Jerusalem, IL

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Key People/Management at Mobileye

Amnon Shashua

Amnon Shashua

President and CEO
Gaby Hayon

Gaby Hayon

Executive Vice President, Research and Development
Nir Erez

Nir Erez

Executive Vice President
Anat Heller

Anat Heller

Chief Financial Officer
Erez Dagan

Erez Dagan

Executive Vice President, Products and Strategy
Elchanan Rushinek

Elchanan Rushinek

Executive Vice President Engineering
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Mobileye Office Locations

Mobileye has offices in Jerusalem, Westbury and Minato City
Jerusalem, IL (HQ)
Hartom St 13
Minato City, JP
La Piazzola 6F, 2-9-3 Higashi-Shinbashi
Westbury, NY, US
100 Shames Dr #2b
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Mobileye Financials and Metrics

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$515 m


In total, Mobileye had raised $515 m. Mobileye is a subsidiary of Intel

Mobileye Revenue

Mobileye's revenue was reported to be $358.16 m in FY, 2016 which is a 48.7% increase from the previous period.
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Mobileye Operating Metrics

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Units Shipped

2.7 m4.4 m6 m

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Mobileye Revenue Breakdown

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Mobileye revenue breakdown by business segment: 77.0% from Original Equipment Manufacturing and 23.0% from After Market

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Mobileye Online and Social Media Presence

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Mobileye News and Updates

Intel’s Mobileye And Sixt Collaborate For Robo Taxis

The announcement is very unique in that Intel’s Mobileye division will provide the vehicles, new robo taxis developed by Mobileye and based on the company’s Mobileye Drive fully integrated self-driving platform in a NIO SE8.

Intel’s Mobileye takes its autonomous vehicle testing program to New York City

Mobileye, a subsidiary of Intel, has expanded its autonomous vehicle testing program to New York City as part of its strategy to develop and deploy the technology. New York City joins a number of other cities, including Detroit, Paris, Shanghai and Tokyo, where Mobileye has either launched testing o…

Chordant and Mobileye Collaborate to Map Road Network and Infrastructure

LONDON, May 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Chordant today announced its collaboration with Mobileye, an Intel Company, to map the regional road network and infrastructure in the West Midlands region of the United Kingdom. The collaboration comes within the framework of Chordant's ongoing...

MobilEye Declares Robotaxi System Ready To Deploy In Israel 2022, USA 2023 Plus Cruise In Dubai

MobilEye and Cruise have put stakes in the ground to start commercial real robotaxi service in 2022 in Israel vs 2023 in Dubai, plus package delivery in 2023 in the USA

Intel’s Mobileye signs deal with Udelv for driveless delivery trucks

Intel Corp.’s Mobileye division today announced plans to launch driverless delivery trucks by 2023 in partnership with autonomous vehicle delivery company Udelv Inc. Under the partnership, Mobileye’s self-driving system, known as Mobileye Drive will provide the autonomous driving technology for Ude…

Intel’s Mobileye teams with Udelv to launch 35,000 driverless delivery vehicles by 2028

Intel subsidiary Mobileye is ratcheting up its autonomous vehicle ambitions and getting into delivery. The company said Monday it struck a deal with Udelv to supply its self-driving system to thousands of purpose-built autonomous delivery vehicles. The companies said they plan to put more than 35,00…
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Mobileye Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Mobileye founded?

    Mobileye was founded in 1999.

  • Who are Mobileye key executives?

    Mobileye's key executives are Amnon Shashua, Gaby Hayon and Nir Erez.

  • How many employees does Mobileye have?

    Mobileye has 1,562 employees.

  • What is Mobileye revenue?

    Latest Mobileye annual revenue is $358.2 m.

  • What is Mobileye revenue per employee?

    Latest Mobileye revenue per employee is $229.3 k.

  • Who are Mobileye competitors?

    Competitors of Mobileye include TuSimple, Autoliv and Xperi.

  • Where is Mobileye headquarters?

    Mobileye headquarters is located at Hartom St 13, Jerusalem.

  • Where are Mobileye offices?

    Mobileye has offices in Jerusalem, Westbury and Minato City.

  • How many offices does Mobileye have?

    Mobileye has 3 offices.