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Magna launches next-generation EYERIS system

Magna International Inc. is taking electronic safety and driver assistance to a new level with the launch of its EYERIS™ Gen 2.5 vision system. The new EYERIS Gen 2.5 system has entered the market on the 2014 Cadillac ATS and Dongfeng Honda Spirior. EYERIS Gen 2.5 builds on the innovative technology featured in the previous … Continued

Magna International Inc. is taking electronic safety and driver assistance to a new level with the launch of its EYERIS™ Gen 2.5 vision system. The new EYERIS Gen 2.5 system has entered the market on the 2014 Cadillac ATS and Dongfeng Honda Spirior.

EYERIS Gen 2.5 builds on the innovative technology featured in the previous EYERIS platform, which included Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition and Forward Collision Warning. Gen 2.5 adds new features such as Lane Keeping Assistance, Glare-Free High Beam, and Collision Mitigation, as well as increased memory and processing power.

“Our expertise in driver assistance technologies, combined with our ability to customize camera systems for different vehicle segments, enabled us to develop this next-generation system for our customers,” said Olaf Bongwald, Vice President, Magna Electronics. “We are excited to launch EYERIS Gen 2.5 with customers in North America and Asia and anticipate future demand for this more advanced technology.”

Magna is a pioneer in automotive camera technology and has been developing innovative camera systems for automakers for more than 25 years. Magna is the only manufacturer of rearview cameras in the United States and recently reached a milestone with its 10 millionth automotive rearview camera produced in its Holly, Michigan, facility. Magna has additional camera manufacturing facilities in Europe and Asia.

“Automakers want suppliers who can support them globally and provide game-changing technologies,” said Swamy Kotagiri, Magna’s Chief Technology Officer. “Magna’s latest electronic vision system provides a smart, flexible option for automakers as they pursue advanced safety and semi-autonomous technologies demanded by today’s consumer.”

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