Mois Navon is one of the founding engineers of Mobileye, where he designed the EyeQ family of SoC (System On a Chip) – the award-winning chip powering the autonomous vehicle revolution. He is the author of numerous hardware patents in the field of image processing and computing hardware. Prior to Mobileye, Mois worked for notable companies such as IBM and NASA’s JPL as well as a number of Israeli Start-Ups. Mois began his career by completing a combined major of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of California at Los Angeles. This gave him the academic basis to later be involved in all aspects computer design, including chip design, board design, high and low-level software programming as well as systems architecture. Applying these skills, Mois developed a vast array of important applications, including: a Cancer detection machine for the National Institue of Health, a Laser Printer, an ICBM Missile Tracking system for the United States Air Force, a Video-on-Demand (VOD) system for commercial airlines, Video Encryption/Decryption chips for cable and satellite broadcast, an Internet Routers, and chips for Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles. Mois is a recognized technology expert advising startups as well as acting as startup judge for the Mass Challenge international startup accelerator.
Below are his patents in the field.
Hardware To Support Looping Code In An Image Processing System (US 8892853) An image processing system including a vector processor
System On Chip Breakpoint Methodology (US 8656221) A system-on-chip (SoC) with a debugging methodology. The system-on-chip (SoC) includes a central