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OmniVision and Fullhan announce joint RGB-IR solution

OmniVision Technologies, a developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, and Fullhan Microelectronics, a provider of chips and solutions for video surveillance products, recently announced a joint solution for capturing and processing high quality color and infrared automotive interior images, day and night, with a single camera.

This solution combines OmniVision’s OV2778 2MP RGB-IR image sensor, with Fullhan’s FH8310 image signal processor (ISP), which provides dedicated hardware for processing the RGB-IR sensor. The result is high quality video for both machine vision in-cabin monitoring systems (IMS) and viewing applications, simultaneously, providing easily integrated solutions for facial recognition, the detection of objects and unattended children, remote monitoring, and recording for ride-hailing and robo taxi vehicles.

The OV2778 image sensor is built on OmniVision’s 2.8 micron OmniBSI™-2 Deep Well™ pixel technology, which delivers a 16-bit linear output from a single exposure with best in class low-light sensitivity. The FH8310 ISP has a high performance 3D de-noise module that achieves excellent low light performance. The two devices also provide low combined power consumption, which ensures optimal image quality by reducing the heat generated from cabin-monitoring cameras that operate continuously in confined spaces.

Source: Press Release

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