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Mobileye is a company that develops advanced driver assistance systems founded by Amnon Shashua.

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By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com
February 19, 2020
Mail Online
A two-inch long piece of electrical tape was placed horizontally across the middle of the '3' on a 35 mile-per-hour speed limit sign, causing the Tesla's camera system to misread it as 85 miles-per-hour.
Kirsten Korosec
January 15, 2020
TechCrunch
Mobileye has built a multi-billion-dollar business supplying automakers with computer vision technology that powers advanced driver assistance systems. It's a business that last year generated nearly $1 billion in sales for the company. Today, 54 million vehicles on the road are using Mobileye's computer vision technology. In 2018, the company made what many considered a [...]
By Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com
January 8, 2020
Mail Online
An Israeli tech firm focused on autonomous driving systems shared an impressive new video of one of its vehicles navigating the cramped and crowded streets of Jerusalem.
Jill Shen
November 6, 2019
TechNode
The two companies plan to release a model in China in 2022, said Mobileye's CEO.
Kirsten Korosec
November 5, 2019
TechCrunch
Mobileye, the Israeli-based automotive sensor company acquired by Intel in 2017 for $15.3 billion, is partnering with Chinese electric car startup Nio to develop autonomous vehicles that consumers can buy. The companies, which describe this as a "strategic collaboration" aims to bring highly automated and autonomous vehicles to consumer markets in China and "other major [...]
Tina Bellon
November 5, 2019
U.S.
Chinese electric car startup Nio Inc and Intel Corp's self-driving car technology firm Mobileye on Tuesday said they would partner to develop autonomous vehicles for the consumer market in China and eventually other countries.
CHRISTOPHER JENSEN
April 16, 2019
www.nytimes.com
"This can be a great way to get the safety benefit of crash-avoidance technology at a reduced cost compared to a new car," said the author of a safety study.
Tova Cohen
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Israel-based Mobileye, which makes technology for autonomous driving, said on Tuesday it was expanding its business in China with two new partnerships, paving the way for smaller Israeli competitors that could benefit from U.S.-Sino trade tensions.