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ON Semiconductor’s Baidu Apollo collaboratively develops studio for self-driving image sensors

Shanghai (Gas Goo)- Baidu’s self-driving unit Apollo and US-based semiconductor supplier ON Semiconductor recently set up a joint studio specializing in research and development of self-driving car image sensor solutions, according to a post to Apollo’s WeChat account. Did.

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As an autonomous driving and automotive intelligence platform, Baidu Apollo helps partners in the automotive and autonomous driving industry build their own fully autonomous driving systems that are integrated with the vehicle’s mechanical structure and hardware systems. As the world’s leading image sensor provider, ON Semiconductor has significant advantages in many intelligent sensing products such as CMOS image sensors.

In January 2018, ON Semiconductor joined Baidu’s Apollo autonomous driving platform. Through this collaboration, Apollo’s ecosystem partners will have access to a plug-and-play compatible imaging solution jointly developed by the two companies.

This cooperation has been enhanced by Baidu’s technical support from ON Semiconductor and the development of a new collaborative studio that gives priority access to product information, enabling the use of the latter new generation image sensor technology.

Baidu said image sensors and cameras are very important for the development of autonomous driving technology. Baidu Apollo has partnered with ON Semiconductor for its product roadmap, automotive electronics expertise, and technical support for its ecosystem platform. The latest developments in co-studios are important to both ecosystem partners and the entire autonomous driving industry.

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