Mobileye announced that its autonomous vehicles are on track to launch in Israel and Germany later this year.

Owned by Intel, the company released a 40-minute video on Tuesday showing its Robotaxi driving around Jerusalem. The car is shown fluidly driving around the city at night.

“Mobileye Drive with True Redundancy defies industry norms with separate sensing subsystems that act as backups to one another. The very normal way in which the vehicle navigates very complex scenarios proves the value in this approach,” explained Johann Jungwirth, a company vice president.

The True Redundancy sensing system was on full display in the video and works by utilizing two independent systems—a camera and a radar, each serving as a backup to the other.


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