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Reduce Risk. 
Prevent Collisions.

Helping Achieve “Zero”

We develop, distribute and install driver assist technology.

Zero collisions. Zero fatalities. We believe it’s possible. We believe that every driver deserves to get home safe. And so do the pedestrians and cyclists that share the same roads.

Since 2003, we’ve helped thousands of Australian motorists drive safer and smarter. While assisting companies and government bodies minimise their exposure to risk, protect their assets, reduce costs and meet compliance obligations.

Mobileye Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) 

The collision avoidance technology used by the majority of auto manufacturers.

Mobileye, an Intel Company, is a global leader in the development of computer vision and machine learning, data analysis, localisation and mapping for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving. 

Years of R&D
and Industry Supply

Million Miles of
Algorithm Stress-Testing
against Real-life Scenarios

Auto Manufacturers
Choose Mobileye
Technology (OEM)

Million Vehicles
Already On The Road
Using Mobileye

Get the Latest Safety Technology for Your Fleet

Retro-fit solutions that can be installed into any vehicle.

Spotto Blind Spot Radar 

Blind Spot Monitoring System for Trucks.
With Microwave Radar Technology

Mobileye 8 Connect™

Advanced Driver Assistance System with Cloud Connectivity. 

Mobileye Shield+

Advanced Driver Assistance
System with side pedestrian detection

Trusted by Australian Fleets

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