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Improved Vision Processors, Sensors Enable Proliferation of New and Enhanced ADAS Functions

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This article was originally published at John Day's Automotive Electronics News. It is reprinted here with the permission of JHDay Communications.

Thanks to the emergence of increasingly capable and cost-effective processors, image sensors, memories and other semiconductor devices, along with robust algorithms, it's now practical to incorporate computer vision into a wide range of embedded systems, enabling those systems to analyze their environments via video and still image inputs. Automotive ADAS (advanced driver assistance systems) designs are among the early success stories in the burgeoning embedded vision era, and their usage is rapidly expanding beyond high-end vehicles into high-volume mainstream implementations, and into a diversity of specific ADAS applications.