Industrials / Automotive

Automotive Cameras & Computer Vision

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What is Automotive Cameras & Computer Vision?

Cameras are a core feature of autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Unlike radar and lidar, cameras can identify colors and fonts to help detect road signs, traffic lights, and street markings. This market also includes thermal sensors, which don’t require light to detect or classify objects, making them more reliable at night or in adverse weather conditions.

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Leaders

Leaders are the most established service providers in the market and possess the breadth to address various customer needs.

See why these companies made it as leaders for Automotive Cameras & Computer Vision. These companies include Light and TriEye.

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Light

United States / Founded Year: 2013

Light is pushing the boundaries of camera technology, making beautiful photography more accessible than ever before. The Light L16 camera combines advanced optics with powerful software to enable anyone to shoot, edit and share high-quality pictures.

Key People

Dave Grannan, Rajiv Laroia, Thomas Barone, and 2 more

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TriEye

Israel / Founded Year: 2016

TriEye develops short-wave infrared (SWIR) imaging technology designed to help autonomous vehicles "see" better under limited visibility conditions such as darkness, rain, fog, and dust.

Key People

Omer Kapach, Avi Bakal, Adi Shalev, and 1 more

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MINIEYE

China / Founded Year: 2013

MINIEYE uses computer vision technology to develop visual perception system for vehicles.

Known Partners

Horizon Robotics, Xilinx

Key People

Guoqing Liu, Guang Yang

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Prophesee

France / Founded Year: 2014

Prophesee is developing a bio-inspired and self-adapting approach to the need for visual sensing and processing in autonomous vehicles, connected devices, security and surveillance systems. Its vision sensors and systems replicate the functioning of the human eye and address the limitations of conventional vision sensors by enabling real-time sensing of the relevant dynamic scene context and acquiring only what is necessary. The result is that the company's vision solutions set a new benchmark for computer vision performance with unprecedented speed, dynamic range, sensor level video compression and power efficiency, at the same time.

Key People

Christophe Bancel, Christoph Posch, Luca Verre

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StradVision

United States / Founded Year: 2014

StradVision is an object recognition solution for self-driving cars, enabling recognition of other cars, pedestrians, and characters in traffic signs.

Key People

BongJin Jun, Junhwan Kim, Sunghyun Chang, and 2 more

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CalmCar

China / Founded Year: 2016

CalmCar Vehicle Vision develops an intelligent driving vision system provider. CalmCar specializes in developing intelligent vision systems for ADAS, autopilot, and autonomous driving with functions of Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Front Collision Warning (FCW), Pedestrian Collision Warning(PCW), Blind Spot Detection (BSD), and Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR).

Key People

Xi Wang, Jun Wang, Leon Xie

Highfliers

Highfliers are the most innovative service providers in the market and possess the resources to address evolving customer needs.

See why these companies made it as highfliers for Automotive Cameras & Computer Vision. These companies include Autobrains.

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Autobrains

Israel / Founded Year: 2018

Autobrains provides an automotive visual intelligence platform built on the foundation of mature self-learning technology.

Key People

Igal Raichelgauz, Asher Avital

Outperformers

Outperformers are the most specialized service providers in the market and possess the expertise to address unique customer needs.

See why these companies made it as outperformers for Automotive Cameras & Computer Vision. These companies include BrightWay Vision.

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BrightWay Vision

Israel / Founded Year: 2011

BrightWay Vision (BWV) provides multi-functional vision & ranging system for the automotive industry, based on active gated imaging, enabling performance in night, day and inclement weather. BWV introduces Enhanced Driver Vision (EDV) and enables Enhanced Computer Vision (ECV) in inclement weather and poor light conditions which supports robust & simplified ADAS and autonomous computation for all driving conditions.

Key People

Ofer David, Asaf Efron, Sharon Lifshits, and 1 more

Challengers

Challengers are the most promising service providers in the market and possess the agility to address emerging customer needs.

See why these companies made it as challengers for Automotive Cameras & Computer Vision. These companies include Nodar.

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Nodar

United States / Founded Year: 2018

Nodar generates a detailed 3-D map of the world in by sending out pulses of infrared light and measuring how long they take to come back after hitting nearby objects. Nodar is used for self-driving cars to detect and identify objects around them, which helps the car decide how to drive. The company was founded in 2018 and is based in Somerville, Massachusetts.

Known Partners

Inalfa Roof Systems

Key People

Brad Rosen, Leaf Jiang

What is Automotive Cameras & Computer Vision?

Cameras are a core feature of autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). Unlike radar and lidar, cameras can identify colors and fonts to help detect road signs, traffic lights, and street markings. This market also includes thermal sensors, which don’t require light to detect or classify objects, making them more reliable at night or in adverse weather conditions.

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