Reduce risks to your fleet

Help to reduce risks and help protect the lives of your drivers and the community around them with Mobileye’s advanced collision avoidance solution.

When about 90% of accidents are caused by driver error and nearly 80% of crashes involve driver inattention within three seconds before the event , even a few seconds’ warning can help prevent collisions. The Mobileye Collision Avoidance System helps drivers by acting as a “third eye”, constantly monitoring the road in front. It identifies certain potentially dangerous situations, and provides audio and visual alerts to assist the driver in preventing or mitigating a collision, helping you reduce risk and cost.

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Key features

Pedestrian and cyclist collision warning*

Drivers receive alerts up to two seconds before a potential collision, giving them time to react.(4,6)

Headway monitoring and warning*

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).

Forward collision warning*

Up to 2.7 seconds’ warning of an imminent collision with a vehicle or motorcycle ahead, both on highways and in urban areas.

Speed limit indicator*

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)

Lane departure warning*

Visual and audio warnings alert drivers when there is an unintentional movement from the driving lane without signalling.


Improve driver skills

Typically, after driving for some time with the system installed, drivers grow accustomed to the alerts and anticipate them. Therefore, they naturally begin to keep a safer following distance or stop earlier in anticipation of the warning.

Reduce operational costs

Collision costs are steep, from replacement parts and vehicle down- time to late delivery charges, increased insurance premiums and more. With Mobileye’s alerts, you can reduce the likelihood of collisions. And drivers who use the system say that they brake harshly much less often, which helps reduce fuel usage and wear and tear.

Avoid penalties

Vehicles are legally considered part of your workplace, so duty of care and chain of responsibility guidelines apply to you no matter where in the supply chain you sit. Mobileye can help keep your business compliant.

Receive actionable insights

The Mobileye system integrates with numerous fleet management systems enabling you to access driver behaviour data and create incentives for them to improve.

How it works

Mobileye, an Intel Company, is a global leader in the development of computer vision and machine learning, data analysis, localisation, and mapping technologies for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). We partner with Mobileye to provide solutions to suit your fleet operations.

Mobileye 8 Series

Mobileye 8 series uses an artificial vision sensor to monitor the road of pedestrians, cyclists, and other vehicles. It consists of a single camera and a dashboard alert unit to give the driver visual and audible warnings. It includes lane departure and speed alerts.

Mobileye Shield+™

Mobileye Shield+ offers similar functionalities to the Mobileye 8 Series and adds blind spot detection for cyclists and pedestrians. This multi-camera system enables multiple views around a vehicle to give drivers of larger, higher risk vehicles enhanced vision. The standard Shield+ from Telstra consists of three total cameras.


Frequently asked questions

Why Telstra

Range of solutions for your fleet

As one of Australia’s largest Fleet Management Services (telematics) providers, we can help you get greater visibility into driver behaviour and enrich operational insights by integrating other technologies into the Mobileye solution. Teletrac Navman Director and Fleet Complete MyGeotab will give you added reporting and location tracking functionality to help you run your fleet even more efficiently.

National Installation network

Get access to a national network of accredited installers, backed by our support and installation warranty. Choose between an accredited Dealer Installer or the Telstra National Installer for direct access to fleet installation services across Australia.

Local Support

As one of the world’s fastest growing fleet telematics businesses, we have a passionate team to provide you with national support for your Mobileye solution.

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Things you need to know

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The windscreen of the vehicle must be kept reasonably clean to be able to “see” through the windscreen.

1. Singh, S. (2015, February). Critical reasons for crashes investigated in the National Motor Vehicle Crash Causation Survey. (Traffic Safety Facts Crash•Stats. Report No. DOT HS 812 115). Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

2. U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. (2006). The 100-Car Naturalistic Drive Study: Phase II - Results of the 100-Car Field Experiment (DOT HS 810 593). Springfield, VA: National Technical Service.

3 AXA Winterthur. (2009) Accident Research:

5. The Mobileye solution will not necessarily register cyclists or pedestrians when travelling over 50Km/h or in low light conditions;

6. 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

7. The Mobileye Shield+™ cameras will not pick up pedestrians or cyclists less than 1m in height; and

8. The windscreen of the vehicle must be kept reasonably clean to be able to “see” through the windscreen.