Hilla Tavor

Autobrains appoints Hilla Tavor as Chief Business Officer

“She is an undisputed and widely recognized leader in the industry’s autonomous and advanced driver assistance space,” says CEO Igal Raichelgauz

AI mobility company Autobrains has announced that it has appointed Hilla Tavor as its new Chief Business Officer. Before joining the company, she served as Vice President of ADAS business development at Mobilieye where she led the advanced Development Department and was responsible for both biz dev and sales with global automakers.
“Today’s solutions are mostly black-box and bound to a specific set of hardware. OEMs and Tier-1s are looking for more flexibility and adaptability with their ADAS partners, and that’s what Autobrains offers: adaptable technologies with a modular, hardware-agnostic setup that can be implemented into an automaker or supplier’s existing system architecture and is tailored to their needs,” said Tavor. “Autobrains’ hardware-agnostic solutions offer a smarter, more cost-effective, and more efficient pathway to bringing safety and convenience technologies to the mass market. I look forward to expanding our global presence by helping automakers and ultimately drivers and their passengers. This is a pivotal time for both Autobrains as a company and AD and ADAS technology in the automotive industry.”

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At Autobrains Tavor will be responsible for facilitating partnerships with automakers and Tier-1 suppliers globally. She brings more than 12 years of industry experience, which she spent at Mobileye. Before that, she held a variety of positions in software engineering and program management and received a bachelor’s degree in computer science and math from Bar-Ilan University in Tel Aviv.
“Hilla brings a wealth of knowledge, relationships and strategic insights to the Autobrains team,” added Autobrains CEO Igal Raichelgauz. “She is an undisputed and widely recognized leader in the industry’s autonomous and advanced driver assistance space. We look forward to putting her knowledge and network to good use as we introduce more of the industry to the breakthroughs we’re enabling with Autobrains’ technology.”
Autobrains is an Israeli AI mobility company and has a product portfolio that offers modular, entry-level, volume, premium, and luxury software solutions covering all autonomous driving levels. Its strategic investors include BMW i Ventures, VinFast, Continental AG, Knorr-Bremse AG and others.