Monday, January 16, 2012

Aptina Announces VGA SoC for Automotive Applications

Business Wire: Aptina announces ASX340AT automotive SOC sensor for applications such as rear view cameras, blind spot monitoring and surround view without the need for additional processing chips. The 1/4-inch VGA sensor features 5.6um pixel with operating temperature range of -40ºC to +105ºC.

The ASX340AT also provides notable features such as dynamic overlay capability, which allows camera system designers to add colored graphics to the display to enhance the experience of the driver, and a crop and zoom feature enabling customization to suit a wide range of vehicle body designs. Additionally, there is an on-chip temperature sensor for dynamic system feedback and additional optical pixels to assist lens alignment during camera manufacturing.

The ASX340AT SOC will be sampling starting calendar Q1 2012. It is available in a 7.5mm x 7.5mm, 63-ball iBGA package and is AEC-Q100 qualified.

Automotive rear view with graphical overlay.

10 comments:

  1. wow...can't believe this company is still alive.

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  2. wow...can't believe this company is still alive.

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  3. wow...can't believe this company is still alive.

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    1. Please stay anonymous!!!

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  4. I think Aptina must still be in the top 5 suppliers although I have not seen the market share or revenue numbers recently. Thanks for sharing your ignorance 3 times with us.

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  5. I think Aptina is one of major players in automotive CMOS sensor market.
    Actually, we are using their sensor to design cameras for automotive OE customers.FYR.

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  6. You can always count on Eric to make a gentlemanly comment of high importance and careful consideration.

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  7. @rexliao

    I think that you should use OV sensors. Have you switched to Aptina now??

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  8. @Anonymous:
    You have no idea what you are talkin about.

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