May 2005
Electro Manufacturing;May2005, p5
Trade Publication
This article reports that Sunnyvale, California-based OmniVision Technologies Inc., one of the world's leading suppliers of CMOS image sensors, has launched its first image sensor designed specifically for the automotive market. Market analyst firm Techno Systems Research (TSR) projects that application volumes for CMOS image sensors will surpass those for CCD sensors next year, and that by 2008, 20 million CMOS sensors will be in use in the automotive market. Its OmniPixel technology design has an extended operational temperature range of -40 degrees C to +85 degrees C and its high sensitivity makes it well suited for low light conditions.


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