High dynamic range CMOS (HDRC) imagers for safety systems

Posted on Feb 7, 2014

The first part of this paper describes the high dynamic range CMOS (HDRC ®) imager a special type of CMOS image sensor with logarithmic response. The powerful property of a high dynamic range (HDR) image acquisition is detailed by mathematical definition and measurement of the optoelectronic conversion function (OECF) of two different HDRC imagers.

High dynamic range CMOS (HDRC) imagers for safety systems
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Specific sensor parameters will be discussed including the pixel design for the global shutter readout. The second part will give an outline on the applications and requirements of cameras for industrial safety. Equipped with HDRC global shutter sensors SafetyEYE ® is a high-performance stereo camera system for safe three-dimensional zone monitoring enabling new and more flexible solutions compared to existing safety guards.

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