The integrated video encoder accepts up to 5 megapixel captures from OmniVision’s automotive image sensors, and outputs up to 2K resolution video at 30 frames per second (fps).
Boot-up time for the OAX8000 is significantly faster than previous parts to eliminate any delay between ignition and activation of the DMS camera. Additionally, it supports secure boot features to provide cybersecurity.
As well as driver monitoring, the device can be used for processing occupant detection algorithms, such as distinguishing a baby from a grocery bag, and providing alerts when objects are left behind in the vehicle. It be also used in automotive video security systems to perform functions such as FaceID, as well as preset driver-comfort settings (e.g., seat position) that are activated when the DMS first scans the driver’s face.
Samples of the OAX8000 are available now in a BGA196 package. It is AEC-Q100 Grade 2 certified for automotive applications.
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