GreenDrive operates worldwide, through local sub distributors
and agents. GreenDrive provides its distributors with a supportive
framework for all necessary aspects of the business: Marketing,
sales, training, certifications and installations.
GreenDrive also offers the GreenDrive Pilot, a "Risk Management
Program" which shows the fleet owner the level of risk for accidents
in his fleet prior to Mobileye intervention, and then gradually shows
the reduction in the level of risk as drivers start to change their
driving habits using Mobileye. This program provides data based
documentation that shows a significant improvement in driving
habits, which can strongly support a rapid ROI estimate of total
saving on accident related costs.
GreenDrive offers great flexibility to its distributors by supporting
all types of business models and promoting win-win solutions for
all parties. Our purpose is to provide the response that will best
serve the safety and well-being of the end consumers in the
GreenDrive operates out of Israel since 2012 and holds
commercial relations with 15 distributors operating in 21 countries.
Using its proprietary technology of computer aided visual analysis of
objects that enable vehicles to “see” and offer application like Lane
Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning and Pedestrian &
cyclists Detection. Mobileye’s current customer base include leading
automakers like BMW, Volvo, GM and many other as well as leading
automotive vendors such as Continental, Delphi, and Magna.
Mobileye’s technology keeps passengers safer on the roads, reduces
the risks of traffic accidents, saves lives and has the potential to
revolutionize the driving experience by enabling autonomous driving.
Mobileye’s proprietary software algorithms and EyeQ® chip (now in its
3rd generation) perform detailed interpretations of the visual field in
order to anticipate possible collisions with other licensed vehicles,
pedestrians, animals, debris and other obstacles. Mobileye's products
are also able to detect roadway markings such as lanes, road
boundaries, barriers and similar items, as well as to identify and read
traffic signs and traffic lights. This is done with high performance, low
energy consumption, and low cost, with automotive-grade standards.
Mobileye’s unique capability in this area is having all the object
detection algorithms conducted by a monocular camera configuration
thereby reducing cost and simplifying tooling and packaging of the
camera sensor device.
Mobileye’s EyeQ chip and algorithms have been integrated into new
car models since 2007. The 1st million chip celebration took place in
the middle of 2012. Today the chip is estimated to be integrated in
approximately 4.5 million vehicles (as of June 2015). Further, Mobileye’s
technology has been selected for implementation in serial production
of 237 car models from 20 OEMs by 2016.