ON Semiconductor presents automotive CMOS image sensors for ADAS
ON Semiconductor recently demonstrated its portfolio of sensors for automotive applications at the AutoSens Conference in Detroit, including the next-generation RGB-IR image sensor solution for in-cabin applications and the Hayabusa family of CMOS image sensors for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and viewing automotive camera systems.
Designed to meet growing demand for in-cabin occupancy monitoring cameras, the 2.3 Megapixel (MP) RGB-IR sensor achieves up to 120 dB dynamic range and superior near infrared performance for high-quality RGB images when visible light is present, and near infrared (NIR) enhanced images when the scene is actively illuminated with NIR light.
The Hayabusa image sensor platform has been expanded to offer a range of resolutions and imaging capabilities including options for embedded image signal processing. A 3.1 MP option with unique 8:3 wide aspect ratio makes it ideal for wide field-of-view applications such as front-view ADAS to meet European New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) 2020 standards. With up to 60 frames per second capability, it also meets requirements for rearview electronic video mirrors, also known as class I camera monitor systems (CMS). The 1.3 MP option delivers a sensor and image signal processor in a single compact automotive qualified package, which makes is usable for megapixel-based rearview cameras, surround-view systems, and automated parking systems where space constraints limit the camera body size.