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In October, the company released a chip specifically designed for use in automotive digital video systems such as side- and rearview cameras that help drivers park or avoid children in their blind zone.
Two manufacturers have already adopted Micron chips for security imaging products. Agilitron, Inc., of Woburn, Mass., is expected to begin production early next year on a low-cost thermal imaging sensor that enables cameras to see through smoke and fog. Utah-based WiLife Inc. also uses Micron chips in a PC-based video surveillance system for residential and small commercial use.
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