Camera systems in advanced driver assistance systems can analyze the video content for lane departure warning (LDW), automatic lane keeping assist (LKA), high/low beam headlight control and traffic sign recognition (TSR).
For a front view camera, an image sensor provides incoming video frames to a dual-core MCU optimized with DSP extensions for image processing. Additional system requirements include an appropriate physical communication interface, a power supply, an optional DRAM and embedded flash for low system cost.
|MPC567xK: Ultra-Reliable MPC567xK MCU for Automotive & Industrial Radar Applications||Dual-core microprocessor for video processing.|
|S32V234: Vision Processor for Front and Surround View Camera, Machine Learning and Sensor Fusion Applications||Quad ARM® Cortex® A53 running at 1GHz. Targetted at ISO26262 ASIL-B|
|SJA1105TEL: Five- Ports AVB & TSN Automotive Ethernet Switch||.|
|MMPF0100: 14-Channel Configurable Power Management IC||.|
|MMPF0200: 12-Channel Configurable Power Management IC|
|PF3000: 12-Channel Configurable PMIC|
|PF3001: 10-Channel Configurable PMIC|
|Single / Dual Ethernet 100BASE-T1 PHY|
|TJA1101: 2nd generation Ethernet PHY Transceivers - IEEE 100BASE-T1 compliant||Fully qualified for automotive applications, it offers 100Mbit/s transmit and receive capability per port over up to at least 15m of unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable.|