ADAS camera optical alignment and testing in mass production to meet requirements of tomorrow

This presentation describes the latest achievements in actively aligning a lens and camera sensor for optimal image quality. The theoretical limits of accuracies determined by the physical properties of lens and sensor are compared with examples from practice. In addition, the requirements an active alignment system must meet to achieve the best possible accuracy and repeatability for the alignment process are described.

Key Takeaways:
. Evaluation of the possibilities and limitations in active optical alignment of camera modules.
. Results on precision and accuracies achieved in active alignment of high performance ADAS cameras using TRIOPTICS process and equipment.
. Ways to transfer best results from small batch production to mass production through modular equipment and scalable processes

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