UVeye, founded in 2014, is a technology company specializing in the development of AI-powered computer systems for automated vehicle inspections. UVeye aims to offer comprehensive solutions for both commercial and consumer vehicles, focusing on mechanical and safety inspections. Its advanced systems are designed with the goal of detecting various issues, such as missing parts, frame damage, tire problems, and external component damage. UVeye is headquartered in Teaneck, New Jersey.

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Team

Management Team

Amir Hever
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Ohad Hever
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
David Oren
Chief Strategy Officer
Yaron Saghiv
Chief Marketing Officer & Vice President of Marketing
Itzhak Maayan
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Lior Prosor
Hanaco Venture Capital
Rinat Yogev
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Sam Pai
F.I.T. Ventures

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News Highlights

How AI Is Helping To Improve Transportation Safety On A Global Scale

As the CEO of UVeye, I have seen firsthand the impact that AI can have on vehicle safety. Just the other week we had a dealership notify us that a customer came in for a free car wash and while driving through UVeye’s systems they were able to identify at least two tire bulges in each of his tires.

Startup UVeye Raises $100 Million to Use AI to Detect Tire Pressure, Car Problems

UVeye, a company that uses artificial intelligence for vehicle inspections, has raised $100 million from investors including General Motors Co. and CarMax Inc. The Series D round was led by Hanaco Ventures, a venture firm based in New York and Tel Aviv, and brings UVeye’s total funds raised to $200 million, the company plans to announce Tuesday.

UVEye Provides Automotive ‘MRI’ For Car Service Customers, Dealers

American consumers traditionally frown on several types of experiences at auto dealerships, but here’s a big one: They get their vehicle inspected in a repair lane, and the service writer comes back with a list of problems as long as her arm.
Updated on: Jun 22, 2024

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