Mobileye, InstallerNet establish driver assistance system agreement

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Updated Apr 14, 2010

Mobileye Inc., a provider of life-saving vision-based driver assistance systems and analytics for automotive manufacturers and suppliers, announced the establishment of a partnership with InstallerNet Inc., a Boston-based company that coordinates installation of consumer electronics through a U.S. network of independently owned electronics installers.

The newly formed alliance will provide Mobileye customers with immediate access to InstallerNet’s nationwide network of more than 1,500 installation facilities in addition to Mobileye’s existing dealer network. Receiving comprehensive training and certified testing on all Mobileye aftermarket technologies, these professionals will be available for any driver or fleet interested in incorporating Mobileye’s accident-avoidance and risk mitigation systems into their vehicle.

InstallerNet President and Chief Executive Officer Anthony Frangiosa says the newly formed partnership “provides InstallerNet and its members with an exceptional opportunity to gain access to the technologies that are spurring this rapidly emerging sector within the automotive aftermarket. Mobileye has established itself the definitive brand in vision-based driver assistance technologies that save lives and minimize risks caused by driver distraction.”

InstallerNet also will equip its own ProTeam fleet of vans with the latest Mobileye aftermarket technologies, providing the company with a firsthand opportunity to demonstrate the systems to its installer retailer members.

Mobileye CEO Skip Kinford says the alliance “furthers our goal of making Mobileye technologies accessible to aftermarket customers throughout North America. Given InstallerNet’s reputation and the unparalleled professionalism of their certified installer network, this new relationship ideally furthers our objective of partnering with marketers and suppliers who have established leadership positions in their respective industries.”