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The Jerusalem-based vehicle safety systems manufacturer Mobileye has entered the automatic car development market with the goal of developing a driverless car. TheMarker has learned that Mobileye is collaborating with American electric car manufacturer Tesla and is studying systems it is developing in Israel.
Mobileye’s system is based on five cameras – two in front, one in back and two on each side of the vehicle — and is synchronized with the car’s navigation system. According to information Mobileye has made public in the past, its automatic driving system ensures distance from other vehicles, maintains the center of the lane and can identify traffic lights and signs. Using the side cameras, the car can cross an intersection that does not have traffic lights, and can change lanes in urban traffic. The system has been tested on cars manufactured by Opel, Audi, Toyota and Nissan.
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