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April 18, 2019

Smart Eye Annual Report 2018 (Swedish)

Smart Eye’s Annual Report 2018 is now available in Swedish.

Download on our Investor page here

The English version will be available shortly.

April 17, 2019

Smart Eye exhibit at JSAE at Pacifico Yokohama

May 22 – 24, 2019 Smart Eye will exhibit at the JSAE at Pacifico Yokohama in Japan.

You’ll find our Japanese team in booth number 175.

Read more about the fair here.

Want to meet the Smart Eye team? Please contact us here and we’ll get back to you.


March 26, 2019

Safer roads: EU lawmakers agree on life-saving technologies for new vehicles

From the European Parliament:

The new rules will require almost 30 different features or systems to be introduced in new vehicles of different types. The majority of technologies will become obligatory in May 2022 for new models (cars which haven’t been designed yet) and from May 2024 for existing models.

The other advanced life-saving systems to be introduced in new vehicles include: automated emergency breaking, advanced driver distraction warning, emergency lane keeping, reversing detection system, alcohol interlock installation facilitation and emergency stop signal.

Read more here

March 14, 2019

Greenlight from EU Parliament: all motor vehicles to be equipped with driver drowsiness, attention and distraction warning systems

During the plenary session on 11-14 March, the European Parliament greenlighted a set of new rules to make advanced safety equipment mandatory in all new vehicles sold on the EU market. The measures were proposed by the European Commission in May last year, stating that all motor vehicles shall be equipped with driver distraction, drowsiness and attention warning system.  

According to the European Parliament the new rules would include:

–          Driver drowsiness and attention warning if alertness is insufficient

–          Distraction warning to alert the driver if the level of visual attention to the traffic situation is low

According to the Parliament, the new rules partly aim to adapt to new causes of distractions for drivers, especially the use of electronic devices. It is also a way to help drivers get use to autonomous technologies in vehicles.

For Smart Eye the greenlight from the EU Parliament is positive since it could increase the speed of implementation of DMS technology on the European market even further, and in the end save more lives.

The new rules still have to be negotiated with the Council before they can enter into force.

March 12, 2019

Product launch: XO

Meet the new Smart Eye XO, a combination of Aurora hardware and Smart Eye Pro software.

Read more here