onsemi & Renesas Join Forces to Accentuate Automotive Vision Capabilities

04 November 2023

onsemi’s Hyperlux image sensors are being utilised by Renesas in conjunction with its 64-bit R-Car V4x Arm-based SoC platform (and supporting simulation environment).

This will mean the realisation of significant enhancements in vehicle vision capabilities, thereby resulting in higher degrees of safety being attained. With 8Mpixel resolutions available, along with industry-leading 150dB high dynamic range (HDR) performance, plus advanced LED flicker mitigation (LFM) across a broad temperature range, Hyperlux imaging devices are highly optimised for deployment in vehicle models that are charting the automotive industry’s progression to high levels of autonomy. Their combination with Renesas’ R-Car platform will provide car manufacturers/tier 1 suppliers with the foundation for developing further autonomous functions.
 
“As a market leader and innovator in automotive image sensor technologies, onsemi is a logical choice to provide our customers with the highest levels of system performance, functional safety and cybersecurity,” stated Renesas spokesperson Takeshi Fuse, who heads up the company’s Automotive Digital business unit. “Out-of-the-box compatibility of the onsemi Hyperlux image sensors on our R-Car V4x platform and continued collaboration on the next generation offerings are testament to the quality of our products and longstanding relationship.”
 
“With its deep understanding of automotive applications and extensive experience in SoCs, Renesas is uniquely positioned to develop solutions that will meet customers’ current and future requirements,” said Chris Adams, VP of the Automotive Sensing Division at onsemi. “The decision to integrate Hyperlux image sensors onto Renesas’ latest platform demonstrates that our sensors are a key technology for safety-critical ADAS and autonomous driving solutions, delivering the uncompromised image quality that customers expect.”


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