Avoid Accidents with a Fleet Driver Assistance System
Protect your drivers and increase safety of your fleet with Mobileye’s Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). Used by most automotive manufactures in non-commercial vehicles, this intelligent driver assistance system throws a warning for every hazard on the street. From alerting you when you are about to collide with another car to having low visibility on the road, this Mobileye system will show it all.
Prevent accidents from occurring with real-time warnings of all hazards on the road
Easily view warnings on a small visual display attached to your dashboard
Ensure your driver has time to course correct with attention grabbing audible alerts
Alert System Warnings
Forward Collision Warning
Pedestrian and Cyclist Collision Warning
Lane Departure Warning
Headway Monitoring and Warning
Speed Limit Indicator
Intelligent High Beam Control
Turn Signal Reminder
Low Visibility Indicator
Simple Visual Display
Mount a visual display inside the cab to give the driver visual alerts. This display is an LED hi-bright read out with an opaque lens to allow for maximum icon size in a rounded area.
High-Resolution Vision Sensor
A small black box no bigger than a toll tag is mounted inside the windshield. This device is the vision sensor that will admit the audible warnings.
Why You Need a Fleet Driver Assistance System
Being able to drive safely is becoming difficult in America especially for Truckers. It seems like every day that goes by the road is getting less and less safe with drivers weaving in and out of cars, talking on their cell phones, dazing off, impatient, and easily angered by little mistakes.
Gentrifi GPS has partnered with Mobileye to help try and make those streets safer for all drivers by producing an intelligent driver assistance system for fleets.
This powerful system alerts drivers of hazards on the road in real-time to prevent a dangerous situation from happening. Using an artificial optical sensor Mobileye is able to throw warnings that visually and audibly tell drivers about possible threats.