OMNIVISION launched the industry’s first three-layer stacked BSI global shutter image sensor with a small form factor, high image quality, and ultra-low power consumption for eye and face tracking.
Not all image sensors are created equally. That’s actually a pretty big understatement, as the applications for these devices varies widely. At the low end, the sensors could be in toys or consumer products that don’t require lots of precision. At the high end, are devices that may find themselves in medical applications.
OMNIVISION Demonstrates Industry’s First 8-Megapixel LFM Image Sensor System for Forward Looking Automotive Camera Systems at CES 2022 - NewsJanuary 05, 2022
Using next-generation OX08B40 CMOS image sensors, the demonstration is powered by Xilinx MPSoC and Motovis IP. The live proof-of-concept demonstration highlights the increased range and wider field of view enabled in the higher resolution 8MP system.
Smart Eye AB and OmniVision Technologies, Inc. jointly announced a full Interior Sensing solution for automotive OEMs that enables complete driver and cabin monitoring with videoconferencing applications from a single RGB-IR sensor.
OmniVision Automotive Image Sensors Compatible with NVIDIA DRIVE Platform, Including Driver Monitoring Imagers for NVIDIA DRIVE Hyperion - NewsApril 19, 2021
OmniVision announced at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) that it has officially joined the NVIDIA DRIVE autonomous vehicle development ecosystem
OmniVision and Nextchip Partner on Automotive Viewing Camera Solution for Low-End and Midrange Vehicles - NewsJanuary 18, 2021
OmniVision and Nextchip announced during CES a joint solution that is pre-tuned to provide high quality images for rearview cameras (RVCs), surround-view systems (SVS), and e-mirrors in low-end and midrange vehicles.
OmniVision Announces 1080p Image Sensor With Nyxel NIR and PureCel Plus Low Light Technologies - NewsJanuary 18, 2021
OmniVision announced during CES the OS02H10, a 2.9 micron, 1080p image sensor providing an option for adding the near-infrared (NIR) and low light performance of its Nyxel and PureCel Plus technologies to mainstream surveillance cameras.