Samsung ISOCELL Auto 4AC: this is how the company imposes itself in the automotive sector

Samsung has announced its ISOCELL Auto 4AC sensor optimized for cars, and therefore also its official entry into this sector

So the Korean manufacturer Samsung enters the automotive sector, with the official announcement of its own optimized solution thinking specifically of the automotive sector with ISOCELL Auto 4AC. Which is basically one Surround View Camera, which will then allow to realize particular 360-degree views. It can be applied on the front and rear bumpers, just to make sure to scan the entire area, and have control of the area both for those in front of us and with those who follow us.

The ISOCELL Auto 4AC sensor is slightly smaller than those used on current smartphones, we are talking about 1 / 3.7 inches, compared to 1.4, and boasts a peculiar technology called CornerPixel. In short, the giant Samsung has failed to keep itself aside in this sector, and will try to impose its position here too.

Samsung ISOCELL Auto 4AC: this is how the company imposes itself in the automotive sector

Samsung ISOCELL Auto 4AC: this is how the company imposes itself in the automotive sector

The protagonist of the new Samsung ISOCELL Auto 4AC sensor is technology CornerPixel. This new structure will allow, just as Sony already works, to create transitions between overexposed and underexposed areas very quickly. This system works almost like HDR in photography, allowing sensitivity up to 120 decibels with minimal blur e always sharp images in any context. Here are Samsung’s words on the matter;

In the area of ​​a single pixel there are two photodiodes, one of 3 micrometers for poorly lit scenarios, the other of 1 micrometer for brighter environments, allowing for smoother transitions between dark and bright areas by transferring more details on the road from run across

Samsung ISOCELL Auto 4AC: this is how the company imposes itself in the automotive sector Samsung ISOCELL Auto 4AC: this is how the company imposes itself in the automotive sector

Samsung’s system will therefore make it possible to reduce image flicker to a minimum. That typical flicker of LED light above 90Hz emitted by headlights and street lamps. Samsung’s sensor includes an image processor (ISP), and obviously conforms to the standard AEC-Q100 of degree 2, therefore no problem to work in a very wide range of temperatures ranging from -40 to 125 degrees centigrade.

ISOCELL Auto 4AC is currently already in production, over 400 million dollars are expected to be supplied to an anonymous and large manufacturer of electric vehicles in the United States as yet unspecified. If you want to continue to know the latest news from the hardware world, keep following us. Greetings from TechGameWorld.com.

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