(video) Mobileye Robotaxi Unedited 40-Minute Ride in Jerusalem

Watch the Mobileye AV going through the motions of a robotaxi service, driving to multiple destinations and pausing where it might pick up and drop off passengers.

The capabilities of True Redundancy™, Mobileye’s alternative approach to autonomous vehicle sensor fusion, are on full display as the Mobileye AV robotaxi navigates the complex streets of Jerusalem at night. True Redundancy is Mobileye’s unique approach to environmental sensing whereby two independent subsystems – one camera-only and the other a lidar-radar combination – each serve as backups to each other instead of as complementary systems.

00:00 Introduction
00:39 AV Ride from Betzalel Street to New York Square
08:16 AV Ride from New York Square to Mamilla Mall
11:40 AV Ride from Mamilla Mall to German Colony
21:14 AV Ride from German Colony to The First Station
26:37 AV Ride from The First Station to Haneviim Rd.
37:18 AV Ride from Haneviim Rd. to the City Center

About Mobileye:
Mobileye is leading the mobility revolution with its autonomous-driving and driver-assist technologies, harnessing world-renowned expertise in computer vision, machine learning, mapping, and data analysis.

Our technology enables self-driving vehicles and mobility solutions, powers industry-leading advanced driver-assistance systems, and delivers valuable intelligence to optimize mobility infrastructure. Mobileye pioneered such groundbreaking technologies as True Redundancy™ sensing, REM™ crowdsourced mapping, and Responsibility Sensitive Safety (RSS) technologies that are driving the ADAS and AV fields towards the future of mobility.

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