Technology Spotlight: Automotive Night Vision

Technology Spotlight: Automotive Night Vision

Automobile & Transportation

An Automotive Night Vision is a system which uses a thermographic camera to increase the perception of the driver during traveling distance in darkness or in the challenging weather, beyond the reach of the vehicle's headlights. Cadillac Deville was the first to introduce this technology in the year 2000. This technology enhances the optical devices operate in three modes: thermal imaging, and active illumination, image enhancement. The Automotive night vision system is a combination of NVDs (night vision devices) such as  GPS, Radar, Lidar Sensor, infrared cameras, etc are used to sense and detect objects. The technology improves vision range at night or in low/blur light situations. This system also incorporates animal detection alert and pedestrian detection alert. Night Vision Systems and dynamic spotlight illumination features to make the system more effective

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Global automotive night vision systems market segmentation:
Segmentation by Technology:
  • Far Infrared (FIR)
  • Near-Infrared (NIR)

Segmentation by Components:
  • Night Vision Camera
  • Controlling Unit
  • Display Unit
  • Sensors
  • Other parts

Analysis of Key Players In NVS Technologies:
  • Melexis Microelectronic Integrated Systems
  • Protruly
  • Bosch
  • FLIR Systems
  • Guide Infrared
  • Omron
  • Bendix
  • Valeo
  • OmniVision Technologies
  • Raytheon
  • Sirica Corp
  • Autoliv
  • Delphi
  • Gwic
  • Denso
  • Hella

Analysis of Key Automotive Original Equipment Manufacturer Involved in NVS Technologies
  • Honda
  • BMW
  • Volvo
  •  Daimler
  • Renault
  •  Ford
  • General Motors
  • Volkswagen
  • PSA Peugeot Citroen
  • Toyota

i. By Vehicle Type (Commercial Vehicles, Passenger Cars)
ii. By Product Type (Passive Night Vision System, Active Night Vision System)
iii. By Technology (Far Infrared (FIR) Technology, Near Infrared (NIR) Technology) Plus Analysis of Leading Companies.
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