In anticipation of someday getting MobileEye to see and respond to stop signs, I've been doing some unscientific testing. At "normal" residential road speeds, I find that I start decelerating by removing my foot from the accelerator about 150 or 180 feet before coming to the intersection. That results in a smooth deceleration and minimal braking (using regenerative braking), finally coming to a complete stop at the stop sign. My question is whether MobileEye can "see" the stop sign at that distance. At 150 feet, it's a somewhat small target, so if it doesn't see the sign until I'm much closer to the intersection, braking will be sudden and uncomfortable when it's implemented. For comparison, I note that MobileEye sees and updates the speed limit just as it's passing the speed limit sign (and of course, such response would be inadequate for a stop sign). Any engineer types have any knowledge on the capability of this system? I'd love to see it implemented, but I'm concerned that the sensitivity may not be sufficient.