Bright Way Vision has consistently maintained a reputation for quality since its inception. Now, the company has achieved a significant milestone that verifies these endeavors with a seal of approval in the industry.
Bright Way Vision’s management systems are certified and comply with the requirements of:
The company’s management systems were recognized for high-quality design, development, manufacturing (by subcontractors), marketing, sales, and services.
“This is a major milestone in our company's progress towards full qualification in the automotive industry,” says Arkady Gizunterman, Quality Manager at Bright Way Vision. “Getting the ISO certifications for Bright Way Vision’s management systems proves that everything we do is fully aligned with the standards and requirements of the industry.”
The certification recognizes Bright Way Vision’s current commitment to quality while facilitating future growth and development.
Bright Way Vision’s VP of Operations, Doron Teomim, elaborates on the achievement.
In a time when the automotive industry is frantically rushing to test sensors that can see at night and in adverse weather conditions in order to agree on the perfect sensor suite fusion, achieving this milestone represents the next step towards realizing Bright Way Vision’s goal of providing the automotive industry with a vision system that provides clear images in all weather and lighting conditions. This qualification recognizes the company’s dedication to providing an automotive-grade quality camera system that addresses the industry’s burning need for safe 24/7 vision. Currently, no visual sensor technology is capable of meeting the automotive industry’s need for a system capable of providing a clear picture under low visibility weather conditions or low lighting conditions such as nighttime - except for Bright Way Vision’s GatedVision camera system, VISDOM.
Based on technology protected by 30 patents, Bright Way Vision's VISDOM is market-ready and tested by top OEMs. Independent tests performed under the DENSE European Research project evaluated the performance of the various available optical sensing technologies, including visual cameras, thermal imagers, and LiDARs, under adverse weather conditions. The project team concluded that the GatedVision sensor is the only one that could see all the tested targets, through dense fog and throughout the entire range tested. All other sensors were found limited to only half the range and limited types of objects detected.
This is perfect timing for OEMs and Tier-1s, many of which have already tested the VISDOM camera system and have been waiting for these certifications. They will now be able to confidently place orders knowing that our management system adherence and quality assurance meet the highest industry standards.
A recent study by the American Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that AEB (automatic emergency braking) systems only prevent crashes and fatalities in the daytime.
Level 5 autonomy can never fully be implemented in fleets or taxis until vehicles are prepared to drive in any and all weather, especially at night