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Mobileye to showcase lifesaving collision avoidance technology at Silverstone Fleet Show

Mobileye’s technology keeps passengers safer on the roads, reduces the risks of traffic accidents, saves lives and has the potential to revolutionise the driving experience by enabling autonomous driving.

The technology includes strategically placed multi-vision smart sensors which act as a driver's third eye, constantly monitoring blind spots and the dynamic driving environment and providing drivers the following real-time visual and audible alerts as the risk of an imminent collision increases:

At the Fleet World Fleet Show, which takes place on 11 May at Silverstone, Mobileye will be presenting the Mobileye 6 Series and Mobileye Shield+ products.

The Mobileye 6 Series includes a single forward-facing camera, enabling vehicles to comply with the European Union regulation for Lane Departure Warning Systems. As a condition of the EU LDW standard, the new 6 Series displays LDW alerts and also complies with indicating when the system is inactive.

The Mobileye Shield+TM system is billed as the most advanced collision avoidance system on the market for trucks, buses and commercial vehicles. It includes up to four cameras and connects with a telematics system to capture and aggregate real-time alert data to display the exact location and time for each alert the vehicle receives.

In a six-month pilot, funded by Transport for London and implemented by Cycle Safety Shield, the official local provider of Mobileye Shield+TM, the system prevented 15 serious collisions in 30 waste disposal lorries servicing London's Ealing Borough.

To find out more about how Mobileye’s technology can help your fleet, please visit the company’s stand at the Fleet Show. Visit http://www.thefleetshow.co.uk or phone 01727 739160 to register.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.