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Kenneth Schofield, Mark L Larson, Keith J Vadas: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, August 18, 1998: US05796094 (718 worldwide citation)

A vehicle headlamp control method and apparatus includes providing an imaging sensor that senses light in spatially separated regions of a field of view forward of the vehicle. Light levels sensed in individual regions of the field of view are evaluated in order to identify light sources of interest ...


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Kenneth Schofield, Mark L Larson, Keith J Vadas: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, August 1, 2000: US06097023 (520 worldwide citation)

A vehicle headlamp control method and apparatus includes providing an imaging sensor that senses light in spatially separated regions of a field of view forward of the vehicle. Light levels sensed in individual regions of the field of view are evaluated in order to identify light sources of interest ...


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Kenneth Schofield, Mark L Larson, Keith J Vadas: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor identifying objects by geometric configuration. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, May 6, 2003: US06559435 (198 worldwide citation)

A headlamp control system for a motor vehicle includes an imaging array sensor operable to sense light in a field of view forward of the motor vehicle and a control that is responsive to the imaging array sensor. The control is operable to identify at least one object of interest in the field of vie ...


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Kenneth Schofield, Mark L Larson, Keith J Vadas: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, March 4, 2008: US07339149 (191 worldwide citation)

A headlamp control system for a motor vehicle includes an imaging array sensor operable to sense light in a field of view forward of the motor vehicle and a control that is responsive to the imaging array sensor. The control is operable to identify at least one object of interest in the field of vie ...


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Kenneth Schofield, Mark L Larson, Keith J Vadas: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, December 14, 2004: US06831261 (182 worldwide citation)

A headlamp control system for a vehicle includes an imaging array sensor, which has a field of view forward of the vehicle, and a control that processes images captured by the imagine array sensor. The control is operable to detect light sources in the field of view and to determine an activity leve ...


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Kenneth Schofield, Mark L Larson, Keith J Vadas: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor with spectral filtering. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, July 22, 2008: US07402786 (123 worldwide citation)

A vehicle headlamp control method and apparatus includes providing an imaging sensor that senses light in spatially separated regions of a field of view forward of the vehicle. Light levels sensed in individual regions of the field of view are evaluated in order to identify light sources of interest ...


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Schofield Kenneth, Larson Mark L, Vadas Keith J: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor. Donnelly, January 13, 1999: EP0889801-A1 (26 worldwide citation)

A vehicle headlamp control method and apparatus includes providing an imaging sensor (14) that senses light in spatially separated regions of a field of view forward of the vehicle. Light levels sensed in individual regions of the field of view by a sensor array (38) are evaluated in order to identi ...


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Schofield Kenneth, Larson Mark L, Vadas Keith J: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor. Donnelly Corporation, BURKHART Frederick S, October 2, 1997: WO/1997/035743 (5 worldwide citation)

A vehicle headlamp control method and apparatus includes providing an imaging sensor (14) that senses light in spatially separated regions of a field of view forward of the vehicle. Light levels sensed in individual regions of the field of view by a sensor array (38) are evaluated in order to identi ...


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Kenneth Schofield, Mark L Larson, Keith J Vadas: Vehicle headlight control using imaging sensor. Donnelly Corporation a corporation of the State of Michigan, Van Dyke Gardner Linn And Burkhart, April 11, 2002: US20020040962-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A vehicle headlamp control method and apparatus includes providing an imaging sensor that senses light in spatially separated regions of a field of view forward of the vehicle. Light levels sensed in individual regions of the field of view are evaluated in order to identify light sources of interest ...


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Barry W Hutzel, Niall R Lynam, Darryl P DeWind, John O Lindahl: Forward facing imaging system. DONNELLY CORPORATION, Gardner Linn Burkhart & Flory, November 28, 2017: US09827918

A forward facing imaging system for a vehicle includes an interior rearview mirror assembly mounted at an interior portion of a vehicle and a camera disposed at the interior rearview mirror assembly. The camera has a forward field of view through a windshield of the vehicle. The camera captures imag ...