Mobileye is a technology company developing vision and data analysis for advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving.  Its proprietary software algorithms and EyeQ chips perform detailed interpretations of the visual field in order to anticipate possible collisions with other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists, animals, debris and other obstacles. The Company's products 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.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Intel
HQ
Amstelveen, NL
Founded
1999
Mobileye was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Amstelveen, NL
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Key People/Management at Mobileye

Amnon Shashua

Amnon Shashua

CEO & CTO, Mobileye. Senior Vice President, Intel Corporation
Gaby Hayon

Gaby Hayon

Senior VP Research and Development
Itay Gat

Itay Gat

Senior VP Production Programs
Erez Dagan

Erez Dagan

Senior VP Advanced Development & Strategy
Elchanan Rushinek

Elchanan Rushinek

Senior VP Engineering
Shai Shalev-Shwartz

Shai Shalev-Shwartz

VP Technology
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Mobileye Office Locations

Mobileye has offices in New York, Jerusalem and Amstelveen
Amstelveen, NL (HQ)
41 Brantwijk
Jerusalem, IL
13 Hartom St
New York, US
1350 Broadway
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Mobileye Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

1999

Total Funding

$515 m

Investors

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

Mobileye Financials

Mobileye's revenue was reported to be $358.16 m in FY, 2016 which is a 48.7% increase from the previous period.
USDFY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

143.6 m240.9 m358.2 m

Revenue growth, %

68%49%
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Mobileye Operating Metrics

FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Units Shipped

2.70 m4.40 m6 m

Patents (US)

21 41 61

Patents (foreign)

7 6 8

Patents Pending (US)

38 53 65
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Mobileye News and Updates

Mobileye Does More With Less, Receives Order For 8 Million Autonomous Driving Systems

An unnamed European manufacturer has ordered 8 million self-driving systems from Mobileye with deliveries to begin in 2021. Autonomous driving cars are coming whether we want them or not.

Mobileye’s self-driving Ford runs a red light in Jerusalem demo

Intel-owned Mobileye put its self-driving technology to the test last week—and failed. During a demonstration, one of its autonomous cars ran a red light. Intel-owned Mobileye put its self-driving technology to the test last week—and failed. During a demonstration, one of its autonomous cars ran a r…

Intel starts testing self-driving cars in Jerusalem

Intel and its subsidiary Mobileye have started testing 100 self-driving cars in Jerusalem. In the “coming months,” the plan is to deploy the fleet in the U.S. and other regions, Mobileye CEO Amnon Shahsua wrote in a blog post. Through this test, Intel/Mobileye hope to demonstrate that its cars are 1…

Intel’s Mobileye will equip 8 million new cars with self-driving tech

Intel Corp.’s Mobileye division is getting closer to its goal of making self-driving vehicles a mass-market reality. According to a Reuters report from this morning, the group has landed a massive deal with an unnamed European automaker to supply autonomous driving technology for 8 million cars. The…

Intel’s Mobileye gets self-driving tech deal for 8 million cars

(Reuters) – Mobileye, Intel Corp’s Israel-based autonomous driving unit, has signed a contract to supply eight million cars at a European automaker with its self-driving technologies, a company official told Reuters. Financial terms of the deal and the identity of the automaker were not disclosed. T…

Mobileye chastises Uber by detecting struck pedestrian in footage well before impact

A self-driving vehicle fatally striking a person is a tasteless venue for self-promotion, but it's also an important time to discuss the problems that created the situation. Mobileye CEO and CTO Amnon Shashua seems to do a little of both in this post at parent company Intel's blog, running the compa…
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