Veoneer maintains its mono vision camera system is designed to meet or exceed market standards set by European NCAP for 5-star safety ratings.
The supplier’s system has object detection, lane detection with road boundary, free space detection, traffic light detection and a support object enhanced map. Veoneer’s system uses deep learning technologies to enhance detection algorithm performance.
Included in the nomination is Zenuity’s software, which will fuse data from the mono vision camera system and the vehicle’s radar sensor to activate features such as emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, traffic jam assist and other driver support functions.
Starting in 2021, Veoneer will begin delivering mono vision camera systems to the customer, whose identity has not been revealed.
“We are honoured to be nominated by another global automaker to develop and build mono vision camera systems,” said Veoneer chairman, president and CEO, Jan Carlson.
“This marks our seventh vision customer and is an important proof-point of how our solutions support collaborative driving and create trust in mobility.”