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Driving Technology

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2014
Senso OpticsRequest Info
 
YOKNEAM, Israel, Dec. 19, 2013 — The Thermal camera on Chip by Senso Optics adds thermal night-vision capability to its proprietary advanced driving assistance system, ADAS. The technology is designed to reduce automobile accidents and lane departures by providing alerts for the driver.

Thermal camera on Chip works during the day, at night and in adverse weather conditions, even heavy fog, smoke and smog, detecting animals and pedestrians, and providing braking and steering assistance. The new application-specific integrated system includes a thermal miniature camera module.


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