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In-cabin Camera

It is in the spotlight as an essential camera application to identify drivers and passengers inside of cabin.
It applied specialized image processing technology of Nextchip that comes through even in a dark indoor environment.

  • Resolution

    2M pixel CMOS (1920x1080@60fps)

  • Core

    MCU

  • Video I/O

    • Bayer input 1920x1080@60fps : 4 Lane MIPI-CSI2 Interface

  • Video Out

    • BT.1120
    • MIPI-CSI2
    • AHD™

  • Function

    HDR, LFM, 2DNR, Static PGL

  • Size

    6.5x6.5mm, 0.5p

  • Resolution

    5M(2650x1920) @45fps

  • Core

    ARM Cortex-M3

  • Video In

    MIPI-CSI2 4lane(Max.24bits)

  • Video Out

    2x MIPI CSI2 4lane

  • Function

    HDR, LFM, LDC, AC, PGL

  • Size

    7mm x 7mm (0.5p)

  • Resolution

    8.0M(4096x2160) @30fps

  • Core

    ARM Cortex-M3

  • Video In

    MIPI-CSI2 4-Lane (Max. 24bit)

  • Video Out

    2x MIPI CSI2 4 Lane

  • Function

    HDR, LFM, LDC, 2D/3D-NR, PGL

  • Size

    9mm x 9mm 0.65p SCROLL

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Introducing Nextchip's new technology in regards to image processing capabilities required by the new camera field called DMS.

EuroNCAP Assessment Protocol Version 9.0.4 specifies the general requirements of DMS.
In 2023, detailed requirements regarding detection of the driver's condition and system warning/intervention will be published.

What Nextchip Supports

essentials for In-cabin Camera
RGB-IR Processing with Robust Color Reproducibility

NCAP makes DMS and
OMS compulsory

NCAP mandates the Driver Monitoring System (DMS) to detect driver distraction and sleepiness. This is more than a tool to meet future legislative requirements for driver monitoring.
It plays an important role in the safety of partial autonomous driving and will provide a high level of security for drivers and passengers at night or during the day.

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Demosaicing
Challenge of RGBIR processing

Two main challenges

1. High color reproducibility in extremely low light environment
2. Securing unsaturated images and suppressing noise

Color Interpolation

Color Interpolation (CI) is the fundamental technology of ISPs that determines image quality.
There is no perfect sensor pattern with both sensitivity and color reproduction
It is the competitiveness of the ISP to support as many different CFAs as possible.

The Usage of RGB-IR image

The separation of RGB and IR allows selective output or 2ch respective output to provide the best image under any scene during the day and at night.

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