Magna to debut camera / mirror system

October 27, 2020 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Magna to debut camera / mirror system
After winning new business across multiple vehicle models for a global automaker, automotive technology company Magna has announced that its Clearview camera / mirror combo will enter the market in 2022. Making use of intelligent vision technologies, the Clearview system provides drivers with an enhanced field of view for more safety and less accidents.

The Clearview interior mirror displays a customizable live video feed from multiple rear-facing cameras mounted on the exterior of the vehicle. It features a frameless design with the ability to electronically switch between a traditional rear-view mirror and a video display that has a customizable field of view and can display up to three camera views at the same time. This is particularly helpful when passengers, cargo and/or a trailer restrict the driver’s view when using the traditional rear- view mirror. The system is also available with a capacitive-touch interface that enables an automaker or vehicle logo to be included.

The Clearview exterior mirror integrates a camera with a U.S. regulatory-compliant side-view mirror to display a live feed inside the vehicle. Cameras are mounted on the mirrors beyond the widest point of the vehicle to achieve a maximum field of view, enhance the driver’s awareness and improve safety. The exterior mirror can also include safety and convenience features such as surround-view cameras, blind zone indicators, auto dimming glass, memory, power fold and forward/rear lighting.

More information:

Related articles:

Camera-based solution prevents blind spots

Daimler replaces rearview mirrors on its trucks with camera

Lexus brings digital exterior mirrors to Europe

Ficosa first to launch a digital rear-view system

Vous êtes certain ?

Si vous désactivez les cookies, vous ne pouvez plus naviguer sur le site.

Vous allez être rediriger vers Google.