History[ edit ] Mobileye N. Original Mobileye logo At first, the company developed algorithms, and a custom accelerator processor chip called the EyeQ chip. The aftermarket products are sold to an international network of distributors on all continents who sell the products to fleets of trucks and buses, to car dealerships, and to car accessory shops. Intel specified a program launch in early , with a timeline to commercial availability by This is unlike many other competing systems which use a combination of visual detection, radar, and laser scanning.

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In , he cofounded Mobileye with Ziv Aviram, which develops system-on-chips and computer vision algorithms for driving assistance systems and is developing a platform for autonomous driving to be launched in Today, over 50 million cars rely on Mobileye technology to make their vehicles safer. Shashua holds the Sachs Chair in Computer Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; his field of expertise is computer vision and machine learning.

Shashua has published over papers in the field of machine learning and computational vision and holds over 45 patents. In addition to Mobileye, he has founded two startups in the fields of computer vision and machine learning: in he founded CogniTens, which specializes in industrial metrology and is today a division of the Swedish Corporation Hexagon.

In , he co-founded OrCam, which harnesses computer vision and artificial intelligence to assist the visually and hearing impaired. Shashua and his team were also finalists in the European Inventor Awards of , awarded by the European Patent Office, for their advanced driver assistance technology which is making roads safer worldwide. In , Shashua was awarded the Dan David Prize Future Category for his ground-breaking work in artificial intelligence.

In more than a dozen years at Mobileye, Arbeli has led design teams working on accelerators, high-speed cores, SoC component integration, and EyeQ implementation. His understanding of digital chip design has been invaluable in helping Mobileye reach new performance thresholds for its award-winning EyeQ product family.

He has authored multiple patents and is recognized as an SoC design specialist within the company. Outside of work, Arbeli likes to spend time with his wife and two young children. In this role, Asoolin helps developers work more efficiently which translates into an accelerated development cycle and large scale development work across the company.

The cloud environment allows for an elastic and highly scalable infrastructure, and the globalization of the workforce. The cloud structure also supports modern and efficient ways to collaborate with customers and partners on data. Prior to Mobileye, Asoolin served in the Israeli Defense Forces in a technological unit of the intelligence corps, first as a software developer and later team leader.

Asoolin spends his spare time as an amateur drummer and loves hiking with friends and family. His team is responsible for all of the vision algorithms used in both types of applications.

He is responsible for the first-ever camera-based capability of braking on a pedestrian target, for which he holds multiple patents and for which there is still no better-known system in the market. Before he joined Mobileye, Baba worked as an algorithm engineer in wafer inspection at a small startup. When not trying to solve big technical problems, he enjoys time with his wife and two young children, playing on a Mobileye soccer team, and watching basketball.

Babaioff joined Mobileye in as an algorithm developer. Babaioff holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. His team is responsible for all architecture design and engineering for complete systems, the platform level hardware and software, as well as applications.

Belman joined Mobileye after receiving a bachelor of science degree in math and computer science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During his nearly two decades at Mobileye, Belman has filed more than 20 patents.

Outside of work, he enjoys spending time with family, cooking, wood working and metal crafting. EGI is responsible for identifying, incubating and scaling growth businesses for Intel. As part of EGI, Ben Moshe is also general Manager of the RealSense Group, which develops the next-generation hardware and software products that allow devices and machines the ability to perceive their surroundings in 3D. He has been granted multiple patents for his inventions. Outside of work, Ben Moshe likes to spend time with his wife and four children.

Since joining Mobileye in , he has been instrumental in the development of breakthrough technologies in the field of object recognition and environmental modeling. These include pedestrian detection, vehicle from any angle detection vd3d , free space and road boundaries detection, arbitrary object detection, geometrical modeling with structure from motion SFM , road modeling, ego motion, and more. Internally, he is a champion for healthy work methodologies and good development infrastructure and tools.

He holds 6 patents, 1 allowed, and 15 pending in the area of computer science. Cohen attended the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering and Master of Science in computer science.

She is a member of the Israeli Lawyers Bar Association. When not working, Cohen-Yerushalmi enjoys traveling with her husband and three children. In his year Mobileye career, Dagan led teams responsible for computer vision algorithms, object detection technologies, and advanced driver assistance system ADAS products, such as adaptive cruise control and automatic emergency braking.

Off duty, Dagan enjoys several hobbies, including painting, photography, hiking, skydiving and music jamming. With a master of science degree in Computer Science from the University of Philadelphia, Etzion has specialized in software her entire career working on a number of products in the area of compilers and binary translation, with emphasis on software optimizations and the adaptation of software to the HW at hand as a means for achieving the best possible performance.

Etzion has authored more than 10 patents and has received a number of Intel awards. She is married with four daughters and three grandchildren. In almost 17 years at Mobileye, Gdalyahu has led mission-critical teams working on object detection and 3D inference, and for 4 years acted as VP of Algorithms Development.

With more than three dozen pending and issued patents to his name, Gdalyahu holds a Ph. D in computer vision from the Center for Neural Computation at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as well as degrees in physics and mathematics.

Away from the office, Gdalyahu enjoys traveling, skiing, and cooking. He is responsible for system development and software integration from early in the design cycle through customer implementation. His team actuates the product roadmap and ensures that all of the parts of the EyeQ product family work seamlessly as a single product. His team is responsible for the development — actuation and in-car system-level research and development. Outside of work, Hadad builds and flies remote control jets, helicopters, and drones — a hobby that also provides useful insights for his work at Mobileye.

He joined Mobileye as employee number 7 almost 20 years ago as an algorithm developer after working at Applied Materials. Hayon received his Ph. He has more than a dozen patents in the field of artificial intelligence.

Outside of Mobileye, Hayon enjoys almost anything that allows him to be outdoors, including hiking, scuba diving, and traveling with his family. Outside of work she enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. He has been working on self-driving vehicle programs for 10 years and strongly believes that we can make this world a better place with mobility solutions based on self-driving vehicles, which will make transportation safer, more accessible, more convenient and more affordable.

Jungwirth received a Diploma Degree in electrical engineering with a focus on automation and robotics from Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University in Germany in Outside of work, Jungwirth enjoys traveling and is particularly attracted to coastal areas as he likes the ocean and snorkeling.

He is married and has four children. He leads business development and engineering design-in for this strategically important automotive region. Kawahara graduated from Keio University in with a degree in economics.

Shortly after graduation he co-founded a start-up company in New York specializing in 3D reconstruction from still images, where he oversaw all customer projects. In his previous roles, Kreinin led the transition to heterogeneous programmable accelerators, developed the load balancer and race detection tools enabling multi-core real time processing on EyeQ, and managed infrastructure efforts from HPC to ground truth data entry.

He has authored several patents on accelerator architecture. Born in Moscow, Kreinin has a bachelor of science in computer science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is married with one child. Danielle Mann.


Prof. Amnon Shashua

Amnon Shashua Professor Amnon Shashua is senior vice president at Intel Corporation and president and chief executive officer of Mobileye, an Intel company. Mobileye was launched in with the belief that vision-safety technology will make roads safer, reduce traffic congestion and save lives. Today, Mobileye, an Intel company, is a leading supplier of system-on-chip solutions with computer vision and machine learning software that enable ADAS for collision avoidance. Since its initial public offering in , Mobileye has also positioned its technology for the development of autonomous driving with novel technologies in the area of high-definition mapping through crowdsourcing, while leveraging ADAS cameras and artificial intelligence technologies for driving policy that enable robotic cars to negotiate through dense traffic. His field of expertise is computer vision and machine learning with emphasis on theoretical studies of deep networks. Shashua has received many awards for his research over the years, has published more than scientific papers, and continues to be an active academic researcher.



Biography[ edit ] Amnon Shashua received his B. Sc in mathematics and computer science from Tel-Aviv University in and his M. Sc in computer science in from the Weizmann Institute of Science [2] under the supervision of Shimon Ullman. His Ph. D in brain and cognitive sciences was received from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT , while working at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, in ; and his postdoctoral training under Tomaso Poggio at the center for biological and computational learning at MIT.


Amnon Shashua




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