A complete vision system for driver assistance applications consists of the Mobileye EyeQ™
processing unit and a configuration of sensory inputs ranging from a single (monocular) camera sensor, fusion of multiple cameras with varying fields of view and fusion between video and Radar/Lidar. The Mobileye EyeQ™ and the second generation Mobileye EyeQ2™
are advanced powerful image processing chips able to run a wide range of vision applications simultaneously.
An entire vision-based solution comprising of a camera sensor and the Mobileye EyeQ™ ASIC can be located on a low power consumption cabin-grade automotive qualified board as compact as Mobileye’s SeeQ
board that is 4x7cm (1.6”x2.8”).
Mobileye® offers development and evaluation platforms for use by OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers for lane detection and vehicle/object detection applications. These are as follows:
– (Mobileye EyeQ™ Programming Module) platform.
- an Embedded system which are Motorola PowerPC based.
Mobileye® is scheduled to provide its technology in six production platforms in 2007 (start of production) with BMW
Additional OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers have Mobileye evaluation systems installed in vehicles for advanced development and research programs. Additional launches in 2008 and 2009 for other product combinations are in serial development.
For series applications Mobileye is able to offer a complete array of vision-based driver assistance systems consisting of, for example:
Forward Looking Applications
- Pedestrian Recognition
- Adaptive Headlight Control
Side Mirror Applications
Rear Looking Applications
Data fusion to additional sensors - Radar and Lidar
Considering the combination of in-house developed S/W and H/W Mobileye represents a unique single source for a complete range of Driver Assistance Systems for the OEM and Tier One markets. View Delphi's press release.