Enhanced driver safety with OX01D10, next-generation 1MP image sensor

Pictured is an example of a wireless, battery-free RFID sensor tag for detection of chemicals such as explosives and oxidizers at very low concentrations. These sensors could aid in U.S. counter-terrorism efforts by providing advanced chemical and explosi
Pictured is an example of a wireless, battery-free RFID sensor tag for detection of chemicals such as explosives and oxidizers at very low concentrations. These sensors could aid in U.S. counter-terrorism efforts by providing advanced chemical and explosi | Courtesy of GE

OmniVision Technologies recently introduced its next-generation 1MP image sensor for automotive viewing applications, the OX01D1.

It is a low-power consumption sensor that would provide excellent image quality to rear-view and surround-view cameras.

The OX01D1 uses split-pixel and dual conversion gain (DCG) technology that offers artifact-free motion capture, high dynamic range (HDR) of up to 120dB, and LED flicker mitigation (LFM), increasing driver safety.

“The OX01D10 delivers low power and high performance in a small form factor,” said Andy Hanvey, automotive marketing director at OmniVision. “We provide the industry's leading LFM performance over the full automotive temperature range, which meets the needs of OEMs that are increasingly requiring cameras to mitigate the flicker from LED lighting in vehicles, signs, buildings and a wide variety of other outdoor illumination.”

Contact OmniVision to learn more about its OX01D10 sensor.

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