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Practical AI and computer vision technology is being developed for systems that span virtually every application, and many of these application areas will experience huge growth rates. With trendsetting products demonstrating what is possible, system designers have discovered that the suppliers of computer vision technology have removed the barriers to building practical computer vision systems—unleashing a huge wave of innovation for new products and applications.

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OmniVision Unveils World’s First Automotive Wafer-Level Camera Module, Enabling Better Driver Monitoring Systems in More Vehicles

Reflowable CameraCubeChip™ Module Is One of World’s Smallest Automotive Cameras; Provides One-Stop Shop for Driver Monitoring Hardware With Best-in-Class Imaging Performance in Total Darkness SANTA CLARA, Calif. – June 2, 2020 – OmniVision Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, today announced the OVM9284 CameraCubeChip™ module—the world’s first automotive-grade, wafer-level camera. This

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OmniVision Launches World’s First Image Sensor for Automotive Viewing Cameras With 140dB HDR and Top LED Flicker Mitigation Performance

ASIL-C Sensor Also Features Automotive Industry’s Smallest Size, Lowest Power Consumption and Best Low-Light Performance for High-End Viewing Applications in Premium Vehicles SANTA CLARA, Calif. – June 2, 2020 – OmniVision Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, today announced the OX03C10 ASIL-C automotive image sensor—the world’s first for viewing applications that

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The Challenge of Supporting AV at Scale

This blog post was originally published by Mobileye, an Intel company. It is reprinted here with the permission of Intel. At the Consumer Electronics Show in January, we presented an unedited 25 minute-long video of a Mobileye self-driving car navigating the busy streets of Jerusalem. The video was published, first and foremost, for the sake

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Check Your Mirrors Before They’re Gone

This blog post was originally published at Ambarella’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Ambarella. Automotive mirrors may soon be a thing of the past. Experts recommend that you check your mirrors every five seconds when driving—all three mirrors, rearview and both side views. That’s twelve times per minute, sixty times every

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How Many Cameras Do We Need? 29 Says Waymo

This blog post was originally published at videantis’ website. It is reprinted here with the permission of videantis. In 2016 we wrote an article titled “what are all these automotive cameras doing?” about how and where we saw automotive cameras being integrated into consumer vehicles. These cameras are combined with intelligent visual processing primarily to

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ADAS, a Rebirth For the Automotive Industry

This market research report was originally published at Yole Développement’s website, and is extracted from “Sensing and Computing for ADAS Vehicle 2020 Report.” It is reprinted here with the permission of Yole Développement. Outlines: Better sensor performance to enable automated driving. A sensor market worth US$22.4 billion in 2025, led by radars. Greater ADAS functionality

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Dynamic Automotive Industry Set For Exciting Innovative Growth

The significant increase in enabling technology and applications made up of AI, sensors, hardware, software and IC processors has had a profound impact on the automotive industry and the advancement of driver assistance technology and autonomous vehicles. This in turn, has contributed to the creation of a market that is expected to ship 15 million

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SLAMcore Debuts Full-stack Spatial AI SDK in Industry Competition

This blog post was originally published at SLAMcore’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of SLAMcore. The three most challenging questions in autonomous robotics are: where am I? how far away are the objects around me? and, what are those objects? The vast majority of robot failures stem from an inability to answer

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