Dr. Meny Benady shares his view on the Autonomous Trucking sector and market evolution and highlights where GatedVision can reduce operational costs, while dramatically improving road safety.
Achieving full autonomy is a challenge the automotive industry has been grappling with for years, and the biggest obstacle is clear visibility in all weather and lighting conditions.
For AVs to become a reality, a vision system that can guarantee safety is needed. While thermal cameras may be useful in some situations, GatedVision is a must-have in the AV sensor suite
We Interviewed Daniel Kriger, VP of R&D, to get a behind-the-scenes look at what sets the GatedVision system apart from all other solutions.
Nighttime driving is the most hazardous time of the day to drive. To make matters worse, current ADAS and AV cameras do not operate satisfactorily at night, when they are needed most.
Nighttime driving has been recorded as the most hazardous time of the day to drive and current ADAS cameras and near-future cameras for autonomous driving can’t operate satisfactorily at night.
James asked thought-provoking questions in his talk with Co-Founder & CEO Ofer David, Ph.D., and Co-Founder & EVP of Product and Business Development Eyal Levy.
May 2022 has been a busy month filled with industry events and interesting insights from top OEMs, T1s, and thought leaders.
VISDOM transforms night into day and eliminates the glare and murkiness of adverse weather into clarity and contrast, enabling safe driving day and night, and in all weather conditions.
Bright Way Vision has consistently maintained a reputation for quality since its inception. Now, the company has achieved a significant milestone that verifies these endeavors with a seal of approval.
A recent study by the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that AEB (automatic emergency braking) systems only prevent crashes and fatalities in the daytime.
Bright Way Vision's GatedVision camera system provides a clear image in all weather and lighting conditions, enabling safe driving in all weather, complete darkness, and their combinations.
Learn more about why current sensors and technologies are unable to solve the night and weather challenge, and how GatedVision works to provide clarity in all low visibility conditions.
From winning the coveted 2020 AutoSens ‘Product of the Year’ award to just being granted ‘Most Outstanding AV Technology Innovation of the Year’ award at Tech AD 2021.
We are proud to join 20 of the world’s top organizations and use our innovative tech to solve automated driving in variable traffic and weather at the AI-SEE project.
GatedVision is the only imaging technology that is reliable in any weather and lighting condition, from darkness and glare to rain, fog, and snow. It delivers a continuous clear image at up to 120 fps
Life for the robo-fleet truck revolution is well on its way, but it can’t make it until trucks can safely operate autonomously in all weather conditions, from rain and snow to dense fog, day and night
Level 5 autonomy can never fully be implemented in fleets or taxis until vehicles are prepared to drive in any and all weather, especially at night
Santa needs to drive fast throughout the night, in snow and rain to get to everyone around the world. VISDOM makes sure he gets there safely!
AVs can one day drive nonstop, day or night, all year. For that to happen, cars must be able to drive safely without being limited by darkness and adverse weather, which accounts for 65% of the year.
Bright Way Vision's VISDOM is named Product of the Year by industry professionals who voted for the most important product to the future of the automotive industry and safety of all road users.
Bright Way Vision was hosted by IsCham - Israeli Chamber of Commerce in China at the Automechanika Shanghai (AMS) event, where we presented our automotive GatedVision camera system.
AutoSens hosted numerous automotive and safety experts in its virtual event September 2020, and experts concluded: vehicles simply aren’t safe today at night or in adverse weather with low visibility.
An AAA report published October 2019 examined automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection states that "all evaluated systems were ineffective during nighttime conditions."
Independent tests performed under the DENSE European Research project evaluated the performance of various optical sensing technologies, naming Bright Way Vision's GatedVision camera most effective.