ADAS block diagram
You can use RGGBer to test and prototype an Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) to verify various algorithms, functionality, etc. The hardware set-up is the same as for a multi-camera network. With two cameras attached to the vehicle and a monitor in the interior, the RGGBer’s can be controlled and accessed with the Android App. Industrial strength suction cups can be used as a temporary mount for the RGGBer’s, but obviously something sturdier and stronger must be rigged for real-world road testing.
Many camera modules use MIPI output. To connect one to RGGBer, you’ll need a MIPI to DVP adaptor board.
We’ve created a reference design for such a board based on the TC358746, bridge chip that can convert MIPI CSI-2 to parallel port supported by RGGBer. We’ve shared all the necessary documentation for this reference design so that RGGBer users can quickly and easily create an adaptor board as needed.
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