[techweb] on January 9, mobile ye, a subsidiary of Intel, announced its cooperation with Shanghai Automotive Group and Daegu Wan City of South Korea at CES 2020.
According to reports, the two cooperation focuses on advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) and mobile travel as a service (MAAS) fields.
According to cooperation, SAIC will adopt Mobileye’s REM technology to promote the deployment of L2+ level ADAS system in China, and pave the way for the development of autopilot in China.
At the same time, the Daegu metropolitan area of Korea has also reached an agreement with Mobileye, and the two sides will establish long-term cooperative relationship to promote the deployment of MaaS based on Mobileye automatic driving system.
Amnon shashua, senior vice president of Intel Corporation and President and CEO of Mobileye, a subsidiary of Intel Corporation, said: “these two new agreements expand Mobileye’s global footprint in the field of Maas and ADAS, and further demonstrate our firm determination to lead the world to a better future of autopilot. ”
Mobileye is an Israeli company that produces visual systems to help drivers ensure passenger safety and reduce traffic accidents during driving. In March 2017, Intel included Mobileye.
Mobileye’s sales are close to $1 billion in 2019, which is expected to double-digit growth this year, according to reports.