Drivers receive alerts up to two seconds before a potential collision, giving them time to react.(4,6)
Reduce the likelihood of accidents and assist drivers to keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front. The system issues an alert when the distance to the vehicle ahead becomes dangerous (less than two seconds).
Up to 2.7 seconds’ warning of an imminent collision with a vehicle or motorcycle ahead, both on highways and in urban areas.
Help drivers avoid fines and other penalties with notifications when the vehicles pass speed signs. Drivers also receive an alert when the vehicle’s speed exceeds the legal limit.(5)
Visual and audio warnings alert drivers when there is an unintentional movement from the driving lane without signalling.
The Mobileye solution’s camera continuously scans the road ahead of the vehicle for other vehicles, unintentional lane drift, pedestrians, cyclists, and more. With vigilant analysis of relative distances, locations and speeds, the Mobileye solution issues visual and audio alerts so that drivers can take appropriate corrective action in order to avoid a collision.
The Mobileye solution has some limitations that you should also be aware of:
1. The Mobileye solution will not necessarily register cyclists or pedestrians when travelling over 50Km/h;
3. The speed alert may give false positive readings when it picks up on speed signs that are only applicable at certain times of the day, e.g. in school zones
4. The Mobileye ShieldTM 2 cameras will not pick up pedestrians or cyclists less than 1m in height.
There are two Mobileye solutions sold by Telstra:
1. Mobileye 8 Series is a single forward-facing camera which assists in preventing or mitigating collisions by alerting the driver in the seconds prior to a potential collision.
2. MobileyeShield+ is an Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS) specifically designed to address the large blind spots, greater turning radii and other unique challenges experienced by drivers of buses and other large vehicles.
Mobileye 8 Series consists of the camera unit containing the EyeQ™3 chip, and a speaker, which is mounted on the inside of the windscreen and an EyeWatch™4 display for visual alerts.
In addition to the camera unit and EyeWatch included with the Mobileye 8 Series solution, the MobileyeShield+ solution has additional cameras placed towards the back of a large vehicle, continuously monitoring the driving environment in order to detect pedestrians and cyclists hidden in the vehicle’s blind spots.
Yes. Mobileye is compatible with several in-market telematics solutions, including some sold by Telstra.
When a Mobileye solution is integrated with one of these telematics solutions, the Mobileye device will use one or more of the available ports in the telematics device for the duration of the integration. If the required number of ports are not available (ie if those ports are being used by other devices integrated with the telematics solution) then the Mobileye solution will not be able to be integrated with the telematics solution. The particular ports used to integrate the Mobileye solution will not be available for the integration of other technologies, that require the use of those particular ports, while the Mobileye solution is integrated.
Mobileye Vision Technologies Ltd. is a large global ADAS provider, chosen by car manufacturers as the supplier of integrated solutions for over 300 new car models manufactured around the world, who all rely on Mobileye’s proprietary algorithm for their collision avoidance systems.
The Mobileye aftermarket collision avoidance technology sold by Telstra is brought to you by the same team developing these sophisticated solutions for some of the world’s leading auto manufacturers.
Mobileye provides fleets looking for an after-market collision avoidance system without replacing their entire fleet.
The Mobileye 8 Series and MobileyeShield+ solutions being sold by Telstra do not require a SIM card and are not connected to a network unless you decide to integrate them with the telematics solution. Even then, the device does not have a SIM card of its own and relies on the connectivity from the telematics device.
All Mobileye solutions require professional installation by an accredited Mobileye installer which can be organised by your Telstra sales representative. Telstra has a national network of trained and accredited Mobileye installers to professionally install and set up your Mobileye solution.
Access to the CAN bus and ignition may be necessary for installation, which means dismantling panelling and cables that will be reinstated by the installer.
Telstra have accredited Mobileye installation technicians in every state and territory so that no matter where you reside within Australia there is a Mobileye installer that can assist you.
Mobileye solutions sold by Telstra must be purchased outright.