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CORRECTING and REPLACING OMNIVISION Demonstrates Industry’s First 8-Megapixel LFM Image Sensor System for Forward Looking Automotive Camera Systems at CES 2022

CORRECTING and REPLACING OMNIVISION Demonstrates Industry’s First 8-Megapixel LFM Image Sensor System for Forward Looking Automotive Camera Systems at CES 2022
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the OX08B40 Powered by Xilinx MPSoC and motofess IP and provides an improved range and a wider field of view to enhance vehicle safety in driver assistance systems

Las Vegas, January 05, 2022-(BUSINESS WIRE)– For the duration of the release, the name of the partner company should read “MotoFace” (instead of Motovision).

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OMNIVISION Demonstrates First 8MP LFM Image Sensor System for Forward-Looking Car Camera Systems with Xilinx and Motovis (Graphic: Business Wire)

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OMNIVISION Demonstrates First 8MP LFM Image Sensor System for Front-Look Camera Systems at CES 2022

the OX08B40 Powered by Xilinx MPSoC and Motovis IP and provides an improved range and a wider field of view to enhance vehicle safety in driver assistance systems

OMNIVISION, the leading global developer of semiconductor solutions, including advanced digital imaging, analog, touch and display technology, today at CES 2022 announced the industry’s first demo of a forward-looking 8-megapixel automotive camera system. Using next-generation OX08B40 CMOS image sensors, the demo is powered by Xilinx MPSoC and Motovis IP. The live proof-of-concept demo highlights the increased range and wider field of view enabled on the 8MP higher resolution system.

“We are excited to be showing off our latest front-facing camera platform at CES 2022,” said Dr. Zhenghua ‘Jack’ Yu, CEO of Motovis. “Thanks to this collaboration, our customizable deep learning networks have now been adapted to take advantage of ‘modern’ imaging from OMNIVISION. This results in higher detection ranges as well as more accurate perception in wider fields-of-view.”

With this announcement, the platform now allows Motovis’ future vision camera systems to take advantage of the OMNIVISION OX08B40 8-megapixel imaging device. The OX08B40 image sensor features a 1/2.5-inch optical format, incorporates 2.1 µm PureCel®Plus-S pixel technology, delivers 140 dB high dynamic range (HDR) and LED flicker attenuation (LFM), and has ASIL-C and cybersecurity functionality― ideal For next-generation automotive applications.

“The OX08B40 8MP image sensor delivers higher image quality up to 4K2K resolution, which greatly enhances the automotive environment for safety considerations, including lane recognition, vehicle and pedestrian detection, sign recognition, and blind spots,” said Andy Hanfy, Director of Automotive Marketing. In OmniVision. “We are proud of our collaboration with Xilinx and Motovis who have helped enable this next generation of forward-looking automotive technology.”

“Working closely with OMNIVISION and Motovis, the Xilinx UltraScale + MPSoC is ideal for advanced camera applications because it combines a 64-bit, dual-core quad-core ARM Cortex processing system with Xilinx programmable logic in a single device,” said Willard Tu, Senior Director of Automotive, Xilinx.” “The speed with which Motovis has been able to adapt its front camera platform to take advantage of the increased resolution of the OX08B40 demonstrates the remarkable flexibility of our Xilinx MPSoC solution.”

OMNIVISION OX08B40

Launched in December 2019, OX08B40 is built on OMNIVISION’s next generation PureCel®Plus-S stacked die technology, enabling high functionality in the smallest die size possible. The sensor uses this proprietary pixel technology to improve image quality by reducing or eliminating constant pattern noise, as well as offering a high full well capacity and delivers 140dB HDR along with LFM, making it part of the ideal solution for next-generation automotive applications.

Xilinx Automotive (XA) Zynq UltraScale + MPSoC

Already built into multiple ADAS applications, the Xilinx Automotive (XA) Zynq UltraScale + MPSoC is an adaptive platform that delivers the performance and safety features needed to meet the most demanding front camera requirements. The MPSoC family is qualified according to the AEC-Q100 test specification with full ISO26262 ASIL-C level certification.

Motovis Forward Camera Solution

Motovis Forward camera IP visualization is greatly optimized for Xilinx MPSoC devices, creating dedicated hardware-accelerated processing lines for video stream management as well as AI-based perception algorithms. Motovis IP is portable across multiple Xilinx hardware families including the Zynq 7000 and Zynq Ultrascale + MPSoC to deliver scalable and affordable solutions to customers covering a variety of ADAS features and functions based on specific customer needs.

For more information, contact your OMNIVISION sales representative: www.ovt.com/contact-sales or schedule a virtual meeting during CES 2022: https://www.ovt.com/news-events/events/ces-2022.

About OmniVision

OMNIVISION is a global semiconductor organization that develops digital, analog, touch and display imaging solutions for multiple applications and industries, including mobile phones; Security and auto surveillance. computing. medical; and emerging applications. Its innovative, award-winning technologies enable a smoother user/machine interface in many today’s commercial devices. Find out more at www.ovt.com.

OMNIVISION™, PureCel®Plus-S, and the OMNIVISION logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of OMNIVISION. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Arm® and Cortex® are registered trademarks of Arm Limited (or its affiliates) in the United States and/or elsewhere.

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