(Reuters) With the ink barely dry on the $15 billion sale of his autonomous driving technology firm Mobileye (MBLY.N) to Intel (INTC.O), inventive Israeli entrepreneur Amnon Shashua now has his sights set on taking another start-up public by the end of next year.


Roughly a decade after founding Mobileye, whose camera-based sensor chips and software systems are helping to develop self-driving cars, Shashua set up OrCam, which uses a camera mounted on eyeglass frames to help the visually impaired interact with their surroundings.

Now here's a smart-glasses application that makes sense to me.

After sale to Intel, Mobileye's founder raises sights on IPO for OrCam
| Reuters