When a vehicle is in reverse gear, rear-view camera systems show a view of the area behind the car. In order to help the driver back up or park, several of these systems can also provide an overlay of trajectory lines.
The device uses four tiny cameras to produce a whole image that drivers can use when parking, backing up, or navigating traffic. The camera system is especially useful in situations where it’s necessary to see approaching traffic, as in a blind alley. Rearview camera systems are based on technology that has been around for a while.
The Global Automotive Rear view Imaging System 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.
For entry-level rearview cameras, OmniVision has launched an automotive SoC. On Screen display overlays and a 120-dB high dynamic range are features of the low-noise single-chip image sensor and signal processor. It offers what the business describes as “the industry’s best imaging performance for entry-level rearview cameras across a wide range of challenging lighting conditions,” for use by car designers. Through functions like advanced noise reduction, local tone mapping, and lens chromatic aberration correction, the integrated ISP improves image quality.
Tone mapping is a method for simulating the appearance of high dynamic range (HDR) images in media with a potentially smaller dynamic range. It is used in image processing and computer graphics.
The OX01E10 is claimed to have a power consumption that is almost 35% lower than that of competing systems (for streaming video at 1280×720 at 30 frames per second, the power need is as low as 260 to 270 mW) and significantly lowers temperature.
This image technology, in fact, is the only one for entry-level rearview cameras that doesn’t need a metal heat sink, allowing for the use of plastic camera module bodies to cut costs. The market for vehicle cameras continues to be dominated by rearview cameras in terms of volume. The functional safety features of the SoC enable module providers to develop a single platform for both viewing cameras and machine-vision applications that need ASIL B, while providing pin-to-pin compatibility and design reuse with our OX01F10 SoC for surround view systems (SVS).”
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