Mobileye, a leading developer of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies, has recently announced the opening of new offices in Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris, and Munich. The move is part of the company’s global expansion plans and aims to bring its cutting-edge technology to more regions worldwide.
Mobileye’s ADAS technology is currently used by major car manufacturers such as BMW, Volkswagen, and Ford. The company’s autonomous driving technology, on the other hand, has been tested extensively on public roads in the United States, Israel, and Germany. With the opening of these new offices, Mobileye is poised to expand its reach and accelerate the development of its technology in new markets.
Tokyo: Advancing Safe and Sustainable Transportation
Mobileye’s new office in Tokyo, Japan, will focus on advancing safe and sustainable transportation. Japan is known for its innovative automotive industry and advanced transportation infrastructure. With its cutting-edge technology, Mobileye aims to contribute to the country’s efforts to reduce traffic accidents and improve mobility.
Shanghai: Leveraging Local Expertise for Autonomous Driving Development
China is a massive market for automotive technology, and Mobileye’s new office in Shanghai, China, will focus on leveraging local expertise to develop autonomous driving technology for the Chinese market. The company has already announced partnerships with major Chinese automakers such as SAIC and Great Wall Motors to develop Level 3 autonomous vehicles for the Chinese market.
Paris: Addressing Urban Mobility Challenges
Mobileye’s new office in Paris, France, will focus on addressing urban mobility challenges. France is known for its advanced public transportation system, and with its technology, Mobileye aims to help improve traffic flow and reduce congestion in major French cities.
Munich: Collaborating with European Automotive Industry Leaders
Mobileye’s new office in Munich, Germany, will focus on collaborating with European automotive industry leaders to accelerate the development of autonomous driving technology. Germany is home to several major car manufacturers such as BMW, Daimler, and Volkswagen, and Mobileye’s technology is already being used by BMW in its latest vehicles.
Accelerating Mobileye’s Global Expansion with Wiggers VentureBeat
In an interview with Wiggers VentureBeat, Mobileye’s CEO Amnon Shashua emphasized the importance of the company’s global expansion and its mission to bring its technology to more regions worldwide. Shashua also highlighted the importance of partnerships with local companies and governments to develop technology that is tailored to local needs.
Mobileye’s expansion into Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris, and Munich marks an exciting new chapter in the company’s growth. With its cutting-edge technology and partnerships with local companies and governments, Mobileye is poised to accelerate the development of advanced driver-assistance systems and autonomous driving technology in new markets worldwide.