Advanced driver assistance systems augment sensory awareness and enhance safety of the driving experience, with functions such as parking assistance, lane positioning, and collision avoidance. Sensor fusion and advanced processing of camera, radar, and LiDAR systems provide accurate event detection, driver alerts, and semi-autonomous intervention.
Key applications include:
- Sensor Fusion ECU
- Camera System
- Radar System
- LiDAR System
- Parking Assist/Blind Spot ECU
- Driver Monitoring System (DMS)
Reference Designs & Products
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Sensor Fusion ECU (ADAS)Description
Driver Monitoring System (DMS)Description
LiDAR System for ADASDescription
Parking Assist/Blind Spot ECUDescription
Radar System for ADASDescription
Featured Technical Documentation
Power Management for ADAS Design Guide
Why Designing ICs from the Ground Up for Automotive Applications Matters
Gatekeeping Soldiers Protect ADAS Power Supply Voltage Integrity
Driver Monitoring Systems Need a New Breed of IR-LED Drivers
Gigabit Multimedia Serial Links (GMSL) for ADAS
Balancing Power Supply Requirements in ADAS Applications
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