Keyword: automotive sensor
Chip enables in-cabin passenger location and classification, occupant size, vital sign and posture analysis.
As I mentioned in the last post featuring the data from Pitchbook, most of the investment activity: deal count and capital raised is in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) or Transportation as a Service (TaaS) use cases. The focus is certainly oriented toward figuring our the situational/contextual awareness of the vehicle as it relates to its environment. What about the passenger? How do we utilize all the great advances in AI toward the understanding the situational/contextual awareness of the passenger to the vehicle? Where is In-Cabin sensing?
ams´ unique laser array brings industry-first solid-state LiDAR system to Ibeo and ZF
AEC-Q100 qualified, programmable linear Hall-effect sensor offers signal path supervision.
Platform for autonomous vision system design optimizes safety, scalability, and costs.
Tens of millions of MAP and BAP sensors are produced annually, and their prevalence over the past decade has fueled several generations of sensor module design.
Brose and Vayyar integrate sensor systems in power adjustment systems and drives in interior and exterior applications.
Sensor ICs measure speed and direction information and integrate EMC protection capacitors.
CVflow open platform computer vision architecture delivers high performance at low power.
Hall effect sensor IC suits two-wheeled vehicles, particularly in position and timing applications.