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OmniVision selected by Tesla Motors to enable advanced rear-view cam apps

OmniVision Technologies, a developer and provider of advanced digital imaging solutions, announced that its OV10630 image sensor was selected by Tesla Motors to support the manufacturer’s rear-view camera system in model S, the world’s first premium electric sedan. The megapixel OV10630 was chosen by Tesla for its ability to combine 720p HD video with color high dynamic range (HDR) to produce crisp, clear images in challenging lighting conditions.
OmniVision Technologies, a developer and provider of advanced digital imaging solutions, announced that its OV10630 image sensor was selected by Tesla Motors to support the manufacturer's rear-view camera system in model S, the world's first premium electric sedan. The megapixel OV10630 was chosen by Tesla for its ability to combine 720p HD video with color high dynamic range (HDR) to produce crisp, clear images in challenging lighting conditions.
 
“OV10630 delivers high performance on a single chip,” said Satish Jeyachandran, Senior Manager of Hardware Development at Tesla Motors. “Its ability to provide high-quality HD video allowed us to design and integrate the industry's first HD camera into our 17-inch infotainment system. The quality and field of view (FoV) of the images provide model S drivers an unparalleled driving experience even in challenging lighting conditions.”
 
“Driven by both anticipated regulatory requirements and consumer demand, rear-view cameras and other vision- and sensing-based driver assistance systems are experiencing high adoption rates in next-generation vehicle designs around the world,” said Inayat Khajasha, Senior Product Marketing Manager at OmniVision. “The OV10630 is our flagship sensor, designed to meet the stringent requirements of this rapidly growing market. We believe that the selection of this sensor by a leading-edge manufacturer like Tesla Motors underscores our leadership role in shaping the future of automotive imaging.”
 
The megapixel OV10630 is a fully integrated SoC image sensor ideally suited for wide FoV and multicamera applications that require concurrent vision and sensing functions. Featuring unique split-pixel technology, the image sensor samples scene information for HDR multicapture simultaneously rather than sequentially, minimizing motion artifacts and delivering superior image quality in the most demanding conditions.
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