Mobileye, Intel’s AV arm, is working with ZF to develop and commercialise a new range of cameras for ADAS and autonomous driving functions. Later in 2018, the companies will launch the ZF S-Cam4.
The standard ZF S-Cam4 is a single lens, mono-camera designed to help meet updated test protocols, such as Euro NCAP requirements for AEB to be introduced in 2020. These will include a test for crossing bicycles.
The S-Cam4 range will also include the Tri-Cam4, which adds a telephoto lens for improved long-distance sensing capabilities and a fisheye lens for improved short-range sensing with a wider field-of-view.
“We are pleased to continue to deliver the world’s most advanced camera technologies that can help lead to reduced accidents while paving the way for automated driving,” saidAine Denari, senior vice president for ADAS at ZF.
“This programme represents another step in Mobileye’s journey with our long-time partner ZF to provide ADAS features that meet the most stringent advanced safety standards as well as deliver valuable semi-automated functionality to the consumer,” said Erez Dagan, senior vice president of advanced development and strategy at Mobileye.
By Illya Verpraet