With Foresight Autonomous Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ: FRSX) (TASE: FRSX) Technologies, Seeing is Believing

QuadSight technology improves night vision Eyes-On technology provides unique stereo vision advanced driver assistance Eye-Net technology offers real-time pre-collision alerts to vehicles and pedestrians

Seeing is believing, it’s been said, but we know that our eyes can’t always be trusted. For centuries, we hypothesized a geocentric universe, for example, based on seeing the sun ‘rising’ in the east and ‘setting’ in the west. Now we know that it’s only the moon that goes around the Earth. In our planetary system, the sun takes center stage. In more earthly matters, the same is true; we see things that are not there and fail to notice things that are, which is a huge problem if you’re operating a vehicle. So, Foresight Autonomous Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ: FRSX) (TASE: FRSX) is out to help drivers see straight. The innovative Israeli company has developed technology that ‘sees’ a wider spectrum of frequencies than the human eye. The improved vision can only lead to safer driving.

Driving at night can be a challenge. To see objects, our eyes must detect the light reflected from them. The absence of daylight at night means reduced vision, because the intensity of light has decreased. But this doesn’t stop mosquitoes from biting at night, for they can ‘see’ the infrared ‘light’ reflected from our bodies and find us in the dark. Mosquitoes can detect frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum that the human eye cannot…

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