OmniVision Expands Image Sensor Family for Automotive Viewing Cameras With Higher 3MP Resolution and Added Cybersecurity
New ASIL-C Sensor Maintains Unique Offering of Simultaneous 140dB HDR and Top LED Flicker Mitigation, Along With Best Low Light Performance; Eases Transition From ADAS to Autonomous Systems
OmniVision Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, announced during CES the OX03F10 automotive image sensor. This sensor expands OmniVision’s next-generation ASIL-C viewing camera family with higher 3MP resolution and cybersecurity features that are required as vehicle designers make the transition from Level 2 and 3 advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to higher levels of autonomy. The OX03F10 also maintains the family’s unique combination of a large 3.0 micron pixel size with a high dynamic range (HDR) of 140dB and the best LED flicker mitigation (LFM) performance for minimized motion artifacts. Additionally, the sensor is offered in a 1/2.44” optical format and features a 4-lane MIPI CSI-2 interface.
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This is also the first viewing image sensor with HDR and LFM that can deliver the wide vertical array resolution of 1920 x 1536p at the highest rate of 60 frames per second (fps). This provides the high image quality needed when feeding surround view system (SVS) captures into autonomous, machine vision systems. The OX03F10’s wider vertical array is also important in e-mirror applications, for wider coverage and blind-spot elimination.
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“In addition to excellent image quality across all lighting conditions, higher resolution and cybersecurity are becoming must haves for the designers of viewing cameras—particularly for SVS,” said Kavitha Ramane, staff automotive product marketing manager at OmniVision. “Our new OX03F10 maintains OmniVision’s unique combination of the industry’s top HDR and LFM capabilities over the entire automotive temperature range, along with ASIL-C functional safety and the best low light performance, while adding the 3MP resolution and cybersecurity features that are required as designers begin to integrate viewing cameras into autonomous vehicle systems.”