How Semiconductor Devices Impact ADAS Advances

Miniaturization and cost reduction of LiDAR by highly integrated sensor system



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How Semiconductor Devices
Impact ADAS Advances

Sensor data as well as their processing and fusion are core elements of functional safety. They also play a key role in the automation of driving. The quality of the data depends essentially on the components that act throughout the sensor signal chain. These semiconductor devices are thus proving to be the drivers for ADAS sensor development.


Material from: Dr. Matthias Laasch, a self-employed trade journalist and PR consultant, How Semiconductor Devices Impact ADAS Advances, IN THE SPOTLIGHT article from ATZ worldwide [07-08/2022] [the websites of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, which are available at] reproduced with permission of Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH.




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