MooVita, Hailo announce the newest iteration of its proprietary MooBox technology, which can transform any vehicle into a smart one
MooVita Pte, a Singaporean high-tech company that designs and deploys roadworthy autonomous driving solutions in urban cities worldwide, announced the newest iteration of its proprietary MooBox technology, including its latest state-of-the-art Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) solutions.
MooBox’s ADAS capabilities are powered by the Hailo-8™ edge-AI Processor, developed by leading Israeli AI chipmaker Hailo.
The new MooBox comes with novel ADAS features, including Pedestrian and Vehicle Collision Warning and Avoidance, Lane Keep Warning and Assist, Speed Limit Warning and Control, and Driver Behavior and Attention Monitoring.
MooBox combines both ADAS features and its Fleet Management System (FMS) interface to create monitoring diagnostics of a vehicle’s health in a fan-less and compact design. The enhanced capabilities allow both public transportation and private-owned vehicles to be operationally efficient.
Hailo’s chip enables high processing power and low latency throughout the device, while maintaining industry-leading efficiency and scalability. These AI processing advancements are uniquely capable of supporting the demanding Deep Learning applications offered by the MooBox technology.
“Increasing safety, preserving vehicular integrity, and reducing supply chain downtime are some of the challenges transportation logistics providers are currently facing,” said Anthony Wong, CTO of MooVita.
“The improved MooBox is the beginning of a new era of incredibly power-efficient, customizable, and highly scalable ADAS that can transform any conventional vehicle into a smart vehicle.”
“We are thrilled to be partnering with a leading automotive technology company that specializes in providing advanced ADAS features for any vehicle, paving the way towards a fully autonomous future,” said Orr Danon, CEO and Co-Founder of Hailo. “We are excited to be a part of that automotive revolution.”