Smart Eye receives additional eight design wins with existing Japanese OEM
Smart Eye will deliver DMS technology to eight additional car models to one of Japan’s largest OEMs. This is an extension of the two design wins with one of Japan’s and Europe’s largest OEM: s communicated in May this year. The order is now a total of 10 car models with SOP of the first car in 2020. Estimated revenue of the additional eight car models is 200 MSEK based on estimated product life cycle projections.
“These eight additional design-wins not only prove that our offering continues to stand strong in relation to the growing demand of DMS technology on the world market. It also shows that our momentum on the Japanese market helps to solidify our global market leading position. I am very proud of the team responsible for achieving this outcome” says Martin Krantz, CEO of Smart Eye.
German Aerospace Center (DLR) orders additional Smart Eye Pro systems
Long-term customer, The German Aerospace Center, or DLR (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt) orders an additional Smart Eye Pro system. The German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.), abbreviated DLR, is the national center for aerospace, energy and transportation research of Germany. DLR is one of Smart Eyes long time customers. They are using both the Smart Eye Pro system (SEP) and the updated version the Smart Eye Pro dx for several years in their efforts to develop automotive and railway systems as well as traffic management. For its new project..
New article: How much are you willing to trust your future car?
We place a lot of trust in our cars. We rely on them to get us where we need to go on time, and we trust for them to get us there safely. And perhaps most of all, we trust our cars to flawlessly follow our every command – so much we have no concern steering them down a highway at 100 km per hour.
But how would you feel about putting your own life and the safety of your loved ones completely in the hands of a machine? Would you be able to lean back and close your eyes while travelling 28 meters per second down a heavily trafficked highway?
New article from our CEO Martin Krantz
There’s a lot of talk these days about China. And as the CEO of an auto industry software provider, I too find myself thinking a lot about China and its emergence as a key market and development hub for smart vehicles.
Every year, roughly 24 million cars and more than four million commercial vehicles are sold in China, making it the world’s largest market for new vehicles. Numbers like that are enough to warrant the attention of any auto industry executive. However, I’m more concerned with a smaller, but arguably much more important number: 700.