Now though, as visitors to the ITS World Congress will learn, the technology can be used for far more than safety and AVs. The GDPR compliant information Mobileye is able to collect is of critical importance to cities, departments of transportation, road operators, utilities and others. While scanning for road hazards, the company’s AI technology can also be used to identify, locate and classify roadside assets and mobility information. This means that vehicles equipped with our technology are also able to identify pavement cracks, potholes, worn road striping, traffic signs, manhole locations and much more. In addition, we can locate construction zones, heavily trafficked areas, locations where there are frequent collision ‘near-misses’ and other valuable mobility information. Moreover this data can be turned into GIS-layers used to create updatable, accurate maps.