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Front view Camera

First-ever automotive ultra-high resolution stand-alone ISP
Sufficient bandwidth for large data processing and maintain high image quality regardless of weather

  • Resolution

    • 4M pixel CMOS (2560x1440@30fps)
    • 5M(2592x1944@20fps)

  • Core

    MCU

  • Video In

    Bayer input 2560x1440@30fps

  • Video Out

    • BT.1120
    • MIPI-CSI2
    • YC16 bits with HV sync
    • AHD™

  • Function

    HDR, LFM, 3DNR, Static PGL

  • 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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Camera,
a key sensor for autonomous driving

As the only sensor that identifies colors, it is essential to detect signals, signs, and lanes ahead, and requires high-resolution image processing to respond immediately to high-speed environments.

What Nextchip Supports

essentials for Front View Camera
Resolution determines visible & sensible distance

World's best Vision Expert Group

- Embedded System-oriented Semiconductor Design over 2 decades
- Development and Optimization of IP for ASIC
- Own IPs based on vision processing

8Megapixels support

Front camera solutions require 5Megapixels at minimum.
Nextchip has ISP lineup that supports 1 to 8 megapixels.

High-resolution solutions
essential to maintaining safe distance

High speed driving = Quick judgment considering Time to Collision(TTC) = High resolution is required

The elements that determine the viewing distance (sensing process) include the angle of view of the lens or the size of the object you want to detect, but most importantly, the resolution.
Especially in high-speed environments such as highways, you need to be prepared in advance for immediate judgment, which means the camera needs to be able to see further.

Multi Functional

Front cameras are used in conjunction with a variety of ADAS/AD solutions, such as LDWS, which detects and maintains lanes, or AEB, which automatically brakes to detect pedestrians, vehicles, bikes, etc. and avoid collisions.

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