ZF and Mobileye, an Intel company, have been chosen by Toyota Motor Corp. to develop advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) for use in multiple vehicle platforms starting in the next few years. As part of the agreement, ZF, one of the world’s largest producers of automotive cameras driven by Mobileye technology, will also supply its Gen 21 mid-range radar and be responsible for the integration of camera and radar in Toyota vehicles.
ZF and Mobileye will collaborate closely to produce advanced camera technology integrated with ZF radar technology to power key advanced driver-assistance platforms in Toyota vehicles. Mobileye’s EyeQ®4, one of the most advanced application-specific vision computing system-on-chips (SoC) currently available, will be combined with ZF’s Gen 21 mid-range radar technology to precisely interpret the environment around Toyota vehicles. Together, these technologies will help prevent and mitigate collisions while yielding best-in-class lateral and longitudinal vehicle control.
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Mobileye’s EyeQ4 applies enhanced computational capabilities with computer vision algorithms while rapidly processing information from the vehicle’s front-facing camera. With a variety of feature sets including vehicle detection from any angle and next-generation lane detection, EyeQ4 enables automakers to take a major step forward in autonomy, achieving the ability to support and enhance complicated driving tasks.
Mobileye’s EyeQ4 applies enhanced computational capabilities with computer vision algorithms while rapidly processing information from the vehicle’s front-facing camera. With a variety of feature sets including vehicle detection from any angle and next-generation lane detection, the EyeQ4 enables automakers like Toyota to take a major step forward in autonomy, achieving the ability to support and enhance complicated driving tasks.
“Our new deal with Toyota is a significant achievement for Mobileye in our drive to help make vehicles and driving safer,” said Erez Dagan, Executive Vice President for Products and Strategy at Mobileye and Vice President at parent Intel Corporation. “More than the specifics of the business deal itself, however, this latest development symbolizes how far Mobileye has come in the past two decades, and how indispensable advanced driver-assistance systems like those we pioneered and continue to develop have become to the automobile. We’re truly honored by the trust which so many of the world’s leading automakers have placed in the proven capabilities of our technology.”
“Mobileye is delighted to be working with ZF to develop leading driver-assistance and safety technology for Toyota, the world’s largest automaker,” said Professor Amnon Shashua, senior vice president of Intel and president and CEO of Mobileye.