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ON Semiconductor MARS Sensor Board Giveaway

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Giveaway Overview

Don’t miss out on the chance to win a MARS1-AR0135AT2M-GEVB Sensor Board by participating in our partnered giveaway with ON Semiconductor.

The Modular Automotive Reference System (MARS) is a complete imaging solution for camera system developers and software developers working on automotive imaging applications. This 1/3-inch format, 1.2 MP imaging device has been designed to address the challenging requirements of automotive in-cabin cameras. The new global shutter sensor allows the camera to “freeze” fast moving scene data, and ensures effective synchronization with pulsed light sources.

Visit ON Semiconductor's video library to learn more about MARS in action.

 

To be considered to win, registrants are required to enter their "Design Idea" in the comments section.

 

Key Sensor Board Features 

•  ON Semiconductor's Next Generation Global Shutter Technology

•   Superior Low-light Performance

•   HD Video (720p60)

•   Video/Single Frame Mode

•   Flexible Row-skip Modes

•   On-chip AE and Statistics Engine

•   Parallel and Serial Output

•   Support for External LED or Flash

•   Auto Black Level Calibration

•   Context Switching

 

Key Sensor Board Applications

•  Automotive In-Cabin / Driver Monitoring System

•  720p60 Video Applications

 

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    jamesmknox October 14, 2020

    Aircraft almost always fly with Xenon or similar strobe lights for safety.  [Not the same as the position lights in color.]  Attempts in the past have been tried to use receipt of the pulses (detectable but not necessarily human-visible) through clouds.  This provides limited information, since it is only a yea or nea binary datum.  I would like to determine if this camera system, with appropriate filters, and given it’s high speed frame capture, could improve on aircraft flight safety.

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    HectorBot October 19, 2020

    A combination of IA with this sensor to make a lot of demostration experiment

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