|By Business Wire||
|June 30, 2014 02:00 AM EDT||
THine Electronics, Inc. (JASDAQ:6769), the global leader in high-speed serial interface and provider of mixed-signal LSI, today announced a superior cost-performance image signal processor (ISP) product, THP7312, has been adopted in Urive Albatross3 of Midong Electronics & Telecommunication Co, Ltd. in Korea. This new product has functions of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems such as lane-departure warning system and collision warning system, and voice-recognition system. THP7312 has contributed, toward Albatross3, high quality of images of full-HD, high-speed of 30fps, and sophisticated shooting of dynamic picture image, including an auto-defogging function. Midong Electronics plans to add function of pedestrian recognition system at the third quarter, 2014 and, in the future, driver drowsiness warning system.
THP7312 is developed to realize higher resolution and more complicated image signal processing for in-vehicle cameras, drive recorders, etc. THP7312 can generate superior quality images for each CMOS image sensor. Moreover, THP7312 have a wide dynamic range function. It has superior performance in images that have both dark side pixels and bright side ones, avoiding over and under exposure. The HDR function can be effective even in capturing movie images to enjoy them by full-HD televisions. In addition, THP7312 can record automatically compensated images in night scene with oncoming vehicles’ high-beam lights, also avoiding over and under exposure.
Features of THP7312
- High-speed image signal processing by dedicated hardware engine
- Support optical image stabilizing function, movie image stabilizer, real-time HDR, JPEG encoding, and RGB-IR as well as various automatic control functions
- Simultaneous capturing of still images and movie images by triple scalers, including super-resolution processing
- Package: WLCSP and BGA
About THine Electronics
THine Electronics Incorporated is a fabless semiconductor company that provides innovative mixed signal LSI and analog technologies such as V-by-One® HS, LVDS, timing controller, analog-to-digital converter, image signal processor, and power management in flat screen TVs, smart phones, tablet PCs, document processing, amusement, industrial application, and automotive markets. THine is headquartered in Tokyo, and has subsidiaries in Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Shanghai. THine is listed on JASDAQ of Tokyo Stock Exchange under the security code of 6769. World Wide Web site: http://www.thine.co.jp/en/.
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