New platform offers high resolution combined with advanced automotive system-level features
Automotive & Transport
ON Semiconductor has released a scalable family of CMOS image sensors to address the range of applications for ADAS and autonomous driving. The company’s newest sensor family offers car makers and tier one suppliers a variety of tough imaging devices based on a common platform and feature set. The sensors have resolutions from 8.3MP down to 1.2MP with industry-leading low-light performance from 4.2µm pixels. Further features include functional safety up to ASIL-C, HDR, an industry-first cybersecurity option, and second-generation wafer stacking technology that reduces package size. Individual products in this platform are currently under evaluation by many technology partners, including Mobileye and NVIDIA for use with its DRIVE AI computing platform for autonomous vehicles.
“As the number of image sensors on a vehicle increases, having a scalable platform with common core features and pixel architecture becomes even more important for automakers to deliver new safety and self-driving features to market quickly and efficiently,” said Ross Jatou, vice president and general manager of the Automotive Solution Division at ON Semiconductor. “Our deep engagement with customers and the advanced features of our new image sensor family enable them to bridge development efforts across ADAS and autonomous driving programs.”
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