It is feasible to obtain good quality information by suppressing the flicker that happens when imaging traffic signals and signs that employ an LED light source by using LED flicker mitigation (LFM) technology for automobile application.
If the exposure period for an image captured with an image sensor is less than this ON/OFF duration, the image may be shot when it is OFF, making it impossible to record the LED light emission. Additionally, there is a chance that this causes the lit state to be misidentified as a flashing state.
The Global Automotive LED Flicker Mitigation image sensor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Highest-Performance LED flicker mitigation and HDR in surround and rear-view cameras are offered by OMNIVISION’s new automotive SoC.
The OX01E20 expands the capabilities of the OMNIVISION product family of automotive single-chip image sensor and signal processor solutions with top-tier LED flicker mitigation (LFM) and 140db high dynamic range (HDR) capabilities.
The market for ADAS continues to develop as a result of content per automobile. OEMs wanting to provide convenient ADAS solutions to consumers are drawn to surround and rear-view camera solutions that offer high performance and low power, with a small package size.
For their upcoming models, automotive OEMs demand the best LFM, HDR, and low-light performance, and they’ve created the new OX01E20 SoC to satisfy those demands.
For a quick and simple transition to increased performance, the OX01E20 is pin-to-pin compatible with our 1.3MP automotive SoCs from the previous generation. In fact, they have already received design wins for the OX01E20 SoC from a number of significant automotive OEMs.
In addition to having the most compact form factor and the lowest power consumption, the OX01E20 has the greatest image performance for SVS and RVC in the industry under a variety of difficult lighting circumstances.
The OX01E20 has a 3-micron image sensor, an advanced image signal processor (ISP), full-featured distortion correction/perspective correction (DC/PC), and an on-screen display (OSD) in a single 1/4-inch optical format package.
This allows designers to create a small form factor with excellent low-light performance, ultra-low power consumption, and reduced cost, while also improving reliability by using just one printed circuit board.
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