VISDOM.
All-Weather
Automotive Camera System

VISDOM is a market-ready CMOS-based imaging system that enhances the safety and visual perception of driver-assisted and autonomous vehicles. Powered by Bright Way Vision’s proprietary GatedVision technology, VISDOM has been tested and proven fully operational under stress-test weather and lighting conditions: fog, rain, snow, darkness, and glare blindness. Designed for your AI recognition system, VISDOM’s algorithm is also the only one that uniquely alerts for untrained objects, with a DB set of over 100,000 classified, annotated, road-related objects. Whatever the environment or conditions, if there’s a hazardous object, VISDOM will see it.

True All-Weather, Nonstop Clarity

in fog, rain, snow, darkness, or facing glare   

Continuous Sharpness

High-contrast, high-resolution, highly-identifiable across all ranges

Variable Long Range

Up to 300m of full-clarity; over three times higher than a standard camera

AEB Optimizing

Maximizes features like AEB functionality to dramatically enhance VRU’s safety

Market-Ready

Tested and proven CMOS-based gated sensor with a pre-classified annotated database. Road qualified.

VISDOM is fully commercialized and economically designed, allowing easy integration into the sensor suite of a wide array of vehicles.

VISDOM's all-weather automotive camera system includes: CMOS-based NIR gated sensor, specially-designed optics and lenses, a pulse-based NIR illuminator, and a classified annotated database

VISDOM Configurations

Visdom  AD

Visdom AV

Visdom T

ADAS

AV Testing

Special Vehicles

L3+ Trucks, Buses, and Taxis

Light Rails, Subways, and Trams

Range

200m

Range

250m

Range

300m

FOV

30 deg

FOV

12, 25, 60 deg

FOV

16 deg

Resolution

800X480

Resolution

2M pixels
New sensor with a small pixel

Resolution

800X480 (AGCMOS)

Average illumination power

6W

Average illumination power

8W

Average iIllumination power

6W

Eye-safe

Class 1

Eye-safe

Class 1

Eye-safe

Class 1M

Standard (Q3-2022)

ISO:16750, ISO:26262, ASIL-B, AEC-Q100

Standard (Q3-2022)

ISO26262, ASIL-B(D), AEC-Q100

Standard

EN 50155:2007

ADAS

AV Testing

Special Vehicles

Range
200M
FOV
30 Deg
Resolution
800X480
Illuminator power
40W X N (use-case dependent)
Eye-safe
Class 1
Standard (Q3-2022)
ISO:16750, ISO:26262, ASIL-B, AEC-Q100

L3-L5 AV Trucks and Taxis

Range
250M
FOV
12, 25, 60 deg
Resolution
2M Pixels
New sensor with a small pixel
Illuminator power
40W X N (use-case dependent)
Eye-safe
Class 1
Standard (Q3-2022)
ISO26262, ASIL-D, AEC-Q100

Trams and Light Rails

Range
300M
FOV
16 deg
Resolution
800X480 (AGCMOS)
Illuminator power
200W
Eye-safe
Class 1M
Standard
EN 50155:2007

GatedVision, a Road-Proven Technology

Through complete darkness

Results:
Definite long-range pedestrian and animal (VRU) detection.

Through heavy rain (50mm/hr.) and darkness (rain chamber)

Results:
Clear long-range VRU detection with droplet-reflection suppression.

Through thick fog

Results:
All tested target-types identified throughout the entire range. Over three times the visibility range compared to a standard camera while eliminating fog backscatter

Through heavy snow

Results:
The bottom three frames correspond to three range slices. The upper right is a state-of-the-art reference camera and the top left is GatedVision.

ADAS and AV Partners and Clients

Mass-production and successful POCs and with over 10 leading OEMs and tier-one partners

Too foggy for your AEB/L2-L5 system?
Contact us!

Too rainy for your vision sensor system?
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Too dark for your ADAS sensor/ Lx system?
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Oncoming headlights blinds your vision sensor system?
Contact us!

Snow’s too thick to see?
Contact us!

Too dark for your vision system to drive?
Contact us!

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