Mobileye was incorporated in May 1999 for the purpose of developing and marketing advanced products in the surging market of automated on-board driver assistant systems.

The Company has developed core technologies in the areas of algorithms and ASIC architecture design for monocular video processing supporting applications of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Lane Change Assist and Blind Spot Detection (LCA/BSD), Vision-Radar sensor fusion for Pre-Crash, Pedestrian Protection and in-cabin Occupant Detection.

Mobileye's algorithms use an advanced spatio-temporal classification technique based on a novel machine learning approach that trains the system with static and dynamic visual information. The sophistication of the pattern recognition cores allows robust processing using a monocular (single camera sensor) configuration. Dual camera configurations fusing video inputs from multiple fields of view are also supported by the company's technological cores and ASIC architecture.

Mobileye's ASIC design incorporates a system-on-a-chip solution running at 120 MHz with proprietary high data bandwidth design and technological-specific silicon cores for achieving computing power comparable to two Pentium 4 running at 2GHZ.

The Company has offices in Jerusalem, Tokyo, and Detroit.