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Driver Assistance Systems with the Embedded Area View

The Embedded Area View application from First Sensor is considered to be the most recent technology of driver assistance systems combined with prolonged automotive CMOS cameras. The application architecture on hardware and software side meets embedded demands, for example, secure and hard real-time abilities. The system meets the Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) and is developed under Automotive SPICE (ISO/IEC 15504-2) process rules.

The Area View application along with its Embedded Control Unit (ECU) meets automotive and embedded requirements. The provided ECU enables up to six 2.0 MPix cameras in order to support tough environments and also large vehicles.

Driver Assistance Systems with the Embedded Area View


The Embedded Area View from First Sensor is based on flexible ECU, in-house rugged cameras and modular software design which meet embedded automotive requirements, for example, A-Spice and ASIL.

  • HDR CMOS cameras with innovative and advanced LVDS connection
  • Fixed focus optics
  • Support of up to six 2.0 MPix cameras
  • Water tight optic with anti-scratch
  • Automatic distortion and image correction
  • Doubling camera streams to two independent video streams, processed by two separate processor units for independent functionalities and views
  • Automatic calibration for automotive cars and trucks is supported
  • ECU and 2.0 MPix camera available beginning of 2017
  • Additional functionalities modular addable


The Embedded Area View from First Sensor focuses on large vehicles, automotive cars and vehicles with limited driver vision in order to support enhanced driver assistance and also critical driving maneuvers.

  • Heavy trucks
  • Forklifts
  • Mining machines
  • Agriculture equipment
  • Automotive cars and trucks

Embedded Area View – Based on HDR CMOS Cameras

Driver Assistance Systems with the Embedded Area View

Designed to increase comfort and safety whilst driving using several ADAS functionalities from 360° area view up to object recognition and its derivations, the Embedded Area View supports the principle of accident avoidance. It meets the increasing demand for a robust and embedded system for industrial, automotive and safety markets.

Starting from basic functionality such as well-known birds-eye view or top view, the Area View application is capable of supporting any viewer position and viewing angle from the vehicle to the outside world. A full 360° area view can be given or the view from outside to the vehicle. In driving mode, it is possible to modify the viewing position by selecting one of several predefined viewing positions.

Additional functionalities such as object recognition of pedestrians or traffic signs, tracking, distance measurement of objects, etc. are modular addable. More complex functions are under development. The system meets automotive temperature, real-time, memory, shock, processor power and also ASIL constraints.

First Sensor Embedded Area View - based on HDR CMOS cameras

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