HDRCHuman Development Resource Centre (India)
HDRCHawaii Disability Rights Center (Honolulu, HI)
HDRCHigh Dynamic Range Camera
HDRCHillary Diane Rodham Clinton
HDRCHistoric and Design Review Committee (San Antonio, TX)
HDRCHalf-Duplex Relay Channel
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The HDRC camera does not require an F-stop or shutter control and no additional light source is needed.
Since the formation of the joint venture with Omron Automotive, all HDRC technology and products developed by IMS CHIPS are exclusively licensed to IMS VISION.
Our HDRC camera provides benefits that vehicle cameras have been unable to offer until now.
In addition to high and low light level applications, the HDRC camera can be installed in other places around the vehicle to provide better overall vision and greater safety.
The CMOS HDRC camera was developed by the Institute for Microelectronics Stuttgart (IMS), a public research organization based in Stuttgart, Germany.