Presentation on theme: "Mobileye Setup Wizard Version User manual"— Presentation transcript:
1 Mobileye Setup Wizard Version 4.3.14 User manual
2 Click on the Mobileye Setup Wizard Icon to open the application Getting StartedClick on the Mobileye Setup Wizard Icon to open the application
3 Getting StartedClick “Next” to begin installation
4 User Identification & Accessories Enter your Username & Password, then click on “Login”Choose your “Installation site”In the “Accessories” section you can:Access the Vehicle DatabaseUpdate the Vehicle Database
7 Vehicle Database Vehicle Database Vehicle Database After choosing the CarManufacture and model you will get instructions were to find the CAN wires in the Vehicle, and what signals are available by CAN-bus.You will also get a picturedescribing the CAN-bus wires location.
8 Vehicle Database Vehicle Database Vehicle Database Choose “Accept selection”for CAN-Bus configurationto take effect.Chose “Cancel selection”to return to AnalogInstallation
9 User Identification & Accessories After selecting the wantedvehicle you return to theMobileye Setup Wizard“User Identification &Accessories” slide andcontinue the calibrationprocess .The selected vehicle willappear in all the followingstepsClick on “Next” to continue
10 the Mobileye system using the “EyeCAN” cable or “Kvaser” cable Connection PhaseConnect your Laptop tothe Mobileye system usingthe “EyeCAN” cable or“Kvaser” cableConnect E-box to Mobileye5(if this is a Mobileye 5 analog installation)Click on “Next” to initiateconnection
11 AWS Information System Information Please verify all relevant system information is shown and click “Next” to continue.Click “Retry again” ifInformation fails to appear.Click “Restore system defaults”if you whish to reset the systemconfigurations(in case the system was installed previously on a different vehicle)Click on “Signal test & config ” to skipCalibration and jump directly to SignalTest & configuration slide
12 When installing a Mobileye 5 system using the Mobileye System InformationEnhancement–box (E-box)When installing a Mobileye 5system using the MobileyeE-box make sure to:Connect the Mobileye E-box to the Mobileye 5 system and confirm the E-box has been recognized (indicated by a V in the Enhancement–box check box).Press “Next” to continue with the installation.
13 Camera Installation Camera Installation Use the Red lines to properly attach the camerato the windshield whileadjusting the angel andverifying it is not rotated ortilted.
14 Select the “Measurement system” Local InformationSelect your “Country”Select the “Measurement system”Select the “Speed format”Note:Confirm “SLI detected locals” matches the speed sign type and the Speed unit (km/h or mph) of the selected CountryClick “Next” to continue
15 Car InformationEnter the “Vehicle Chassis Number”Enter the “Front wheel base”(distance between front wheels)Choose “Road driving side”(Right or Left)Enter the “Mount Type” (for C2 series )Enter the vehicle Details (manufacture, model, year)Car Information will show automatically if exist in vehicle Database.If vehicle details are not in Database, click on Other to add the vehicle details.
16 Car Hood StepUse the cursor or the left hand side bar to locate the horizontal line at the car hood level.If there is no Car Hood, do not mark anything (leave default Car hood value at -120)Click “Next” to continue
17 Actual Camera Position Actual Camera Position Fill in the necessary information:Click “Next” to continueMake sure thatthe total distance (Right+ Left)will not exceed the front wheelbase.
18 Signals Source – CAN-bus installation If a vehicle was chosen using the: “Vehicle Database”,it is possible to switch the signals source back toAnalog (Only for C2 series or Mobileye 5 with E-box)If all signals are available by Vehicle CAN-bus there is no need to choose the Polarity (Option is disabled)Click “Next” to continue
19 Signals Source – Analog installation Enter the Speed Params(vss rate) if connected to the vehicle’s Analog Speed Signal.Choose the polarity of the Analog signals (choose between High, Low and Not connected)Click “Next” to continue
20 Camera CalibrationCamera CalibrationNow choose the preferred calibration method.Calibration using TAC - you will continue to “Camera Calibration” slideAutomatic calibration – all configuration will be burned to the system and you will proceed to “Signal test & and configuration” slide (or to the Alerts configuration slide, if permitted)
21 Click on “Calculate close TAC” TAC Calibration Camera Calibration Locate the “TAC Target” exactly in the middle of the vehicle’s front bumper.For cars – close as possible to the front bumper.For trucks – 1 meter away from .front bumperClick on“Calculate close TAC”
22 Click on “Calculate far TAC” TAC Calibration Camera Calibration Now, move the TAC Target to the Far position (1 meter away from the vehicle's front bumper) and click on “Calculate far TAC”Click on“Calculate far TAC”After “Far TAC calculation” is completed, an image of the close target with red dots will appear
23 If calculation fails, click on “Try Again” Camera CalibrationAfter TAC calculation is complete, you can see the F.O.E and Camera height results.Click on “Burn Now”If calculation fails, click on “Try Again”In the table beside you can find recommended Horizon values (FOE Y) for different camera heights.Note – FOE Y values may differ by (+) (-) “10” from recommended values.
24 Camera CalibrationWhen Burning process is complete click “OK” in the pop up messageClick “Next” to continue
25 when changing any value Alerts configurationThe Alerts Configuration screen enables users to define the system settings (sensitivity values) and disable the system control buttons so drivers cannot modify the system settings.Note:when changing any valueYou must burn the newconfigurationsFor more details please download the full Alerts configuration - User Manual
26 Signal test & configuration Step 1 – check physical connection of all signals to theMobileye system (either by CAN or analog).- Signal is not detected by the system- Signal detected by the system, but not activated.- Signal detected and activated.- Signal is disabled.Please pay attention to the instructions in the slides header
27 Signal test & configuration Step 2 –Activate and verify each signal.If any signal fails the activation test or connection verification click Restart test to test again or activate the signal.
28 Signal test & configuration Step 3 – Test driveDrive and confirm speed indication in the Setup Wizard matches to the actual speed of the car.After completing speed test,Click “Next” button to finish the wizard or enter the system into “Automatic Calibration” mode.Note 1:If speed doesn’t match the real vehicle speed, change the VSS rate, and click “Burn now” (this is optional only when the Speed Signal source is Analog).Click “Next” to continueNote 2:Click “Video ON” if you want to see the camera image (low resolution)
29 Enhancement BoxWhen E-Box is connected a“E-Box out” button will appear.Enhancement Box features:2 additional independent configurable analog Outputs.
30 E-Box outputs configuration Choose the alert type from the list and assign it to the relevant output by clicking Left or Right arrows.Note:Up to 3 Alert Types can be assigned to each output.Note:SLI Alert Type cannot be assigned with other Alert Types
31 E-Box outputs configuration Choose Alert Output Type:ContinuousOutput will be active for as long as the alert is activePatternedOutput can be configured according to user demands.
32 E-Box outputs configuration If you choose Alert Output Type: “Patterned” Choose the output DurationEffective – Output will be active for as long as the Alert is active (On/Off)OrChoose to limit the OutputDuration by choosing any of the time options in the list.Using the options you can configure the output pattern duration (in milliseconds)Use the “duplicate” button to copy the Alert Type to the second output option.Use the “move” button to move the Alert Type to the second output option.
33 Signal test & configuration MaintenanceSignal test & configurationAfter E-Box configuration is complete press “Burn now” to burn the new outputs settingsClick “Next” to finish the installation
34 Fix Speed What is Fix Speed: OBD II universal Speed signal acquisition (Speed by Request from OBD2 CAN-bus) without having to perform CAN sniffing.Works only when connected to the OBDII CAN-bus on a bus speed of 250kbs or 500kbs (and only Pins 6 & 14 in OBDII)Can be used when a vehicle has been chosen from the DB and the speed signal is not accurate or not working.Will not affect other signals receiving from the OBDII CAN-Bus.
35 Finish Thank you for using Mobileye Setup Wizard Application. Please click on “Finish” to exit.