Foresight’s Eye-Net Mobile Launches Pilot Project with a Japanese MNC
The pilot study will assess Eye-technology Net’s for integration as an application layer within the Japanese company’s Car-to-Everything (C2X) platform to create potentially safer driving environments.
FREMONT, CA: Foresight Autonomous Holdings, a pioneer in automotive vision systems, recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Eye-Net Mobile, has begun a pilot project with a multi-billion dollar multinational Japanese company’s IT subsidiary to test its Eye-Net Protect cellular-based vehicle-to-everything (V2X) accident prevention solution. The pilot study will assess Eye-technology Net’s for integration as an application layer within the Japanese company’s Car-to-Everything (C2X) platform to create potentially safer driving environments.
“Eye-Net continues its efforts and activities to establish its position in the automotive market, offering a software-based accident prevention solution that can be used either as a standalone product or as an application layer on top of existing platforms. We believe that starting a fourth pilot project in Japan indicates a vote of confidence from the Japanese market and demonstrates a real need for a readily available solution that provides real-time pre-collision alerts and has the potential to save lives. We believe that the current pilot project will open up new collaboration opportunities for Eye-Net in the cellular-V2X market,” said Dror Elbaz, COO & Deputy CEO of Eye-Net Mobile.
This new pilot project increases Eye-automotive-related Net’s activities, potentially allowing the Japanese company to extend its communication capabilities beyond drivers to other vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists.