intoPIX is leading the new research project CAMILA, the CAMera Sensor Interface LAne Reducer

24.09.21 03:31 PM By Julie

The objective is to bring cost/power efficiency to the next generation of high-resolution image sensor transmission system in Automotive

Today the automotive industry is looking for new ways to transmit more sensor data over long-range distance. Therefore, intoPIX in collaboration with Nasys, has decided to setup a new research project called CAMILA : CAMera Sensor Interface LAne Reducer. Its overall goal is to develop technologies, improved building blocks and IC for next generation of automotive transmission of sensor video data with a significant reduction of the image sensor bandwidth. CAMILA will deliver a novel approach to make these RAW sensor data transmissions more efficient: use cheaper cables, low bandwidth interfaces, less power, while preserving a perfect image quality for image analysis algorithms. 
The CAMILA research project has been endorsed and funded by the EUREKA High Level Group. 

   "CAMILA focus on world first low-latency & low bandwidth automotive sensor transmission for long-range"

www.camila-project.zohosites.com

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