Numerous camera sensors are installed inside and outside of vehicles. These cameras, which can be utilised for either human or automated vision, are there to help the driver while they are driving.
With a set number of cameras already installed, it is necessary to use them for both machine vision and human vision. This necessitates the use of specialised imaging algorithms that can be used with the camera’s raw video feed and are appropriate for the application.
With surround view at the lower end of the market and emerging applications like e-mirror at the upper end, cameras are used in a variety of automotive applications.
The Mexico EV Camera market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
The EagleCAM module, an open front camera solution, was just unveiled by Renesas Electronics Corporation, a leading provider of advanced semiconductor solutions, and LUPA-Electronics GmbH, a provider of automotive safety solutions.
It uses Renesas’ R-Car V3H and R-Car V3M system-on-chip (SoC) devices. The all-in-one, expandable camera platform is designed to meet the most recent Euro NCAP and C-NCAP standards, including those for automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, lane keeping assistance, and traffic sign recognition.
By integrating their proprietary or third-party software that provides more driving functions, OEMs and Tier 1s can differentiate and expand their offering using the jointly produced solutions.
Renesas and LUPA announce an open turnkey solution with EagleCAM incorporating R-Car SoCs that delivers flexible, high-performance perception while decreasing time to market and bill of materials (BOM) expenses.
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