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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) aim to drastically reduce road accidents and the associated casualties by helping drivers avoid collisions altogether. These systems react faster than any human, are constantly vigilant, and are already being adopted and deployed across various car segments, from premium to economy models.

ADAS systems constantly monitor the vehicle surroundings, alert the driver of hazardous road conditions, and take corrective actions, such as slowing or stopping the vehicle. These systems use inputs from multiple sensors, such as cameras and radars. The fusion of these inputs is processed and the information is delivered to the driver and other parts of the system. The same sensor technologies can be used both in the current ADAS systems and in the upcoming fully autonomous driving systems (level 4 and 5).

ST has a leading-edge product portfolio including 24 GHz and 77 GHz Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuits (MMIC), CMOS High Dynamic Range (HDR) image sensors and advanced Image Signal Processors (ISP) with dedicated HW engines for video analytics and lens correction. ST also has a wide range of Automotive Microcontrollers, Security ICs and Power Management ICs to ensure the reliability of the mission critical ADAS systems.

Automotive Cameras
Automotive Cameras
Projected to reach a solid 2-digit growth in the next years, automotive cameras are on-board systems meant to provide the highest video quality and HDR images ...
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Automotive Radar
Automotive Radar
Automotive Radars are essential components of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Short-range and long-range radar ...
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In-Vehicle High Speed Network
In-Vehicle High Speed Network
Smarter vehicles have become an extension of our ever-connected lives: cameras, sensors, controls and entertainment, all form part of today’s driving experience...
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Machine Vision System
Machine Vision System
The evolution of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) technologies represents a significant step towards the realisation of fully connected and autonomous driving vehicles ...
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