Supplier Mobileye N.V. believes driver safety is not just for the rich and has created its EyeQ vision system-on-a-chip for application in advanced warning systems to prove it. Mobileye says the EyeQ vision system not only is less expensive than radar, but more accurate, as well. And it also can work in conjunction with an existing radar-based system. The EyeQ system readout shows how far a driver is from vehicles. Mobileye’s Meny Benady, vice president-marketing and business ...
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