Presence Monitoring Radar Sensor

https://korean-electronics.com//inquiry

[INQ. NO. 2010E07] The mini-H radar from Bitsensing is a high-resolution 60GHz IoT radar sensor that reliably detects presence, movement, and breathing without the use of intrusive cameras or wearables for a more intelligent and safer remote monitoring system.
mini-H detects and tracks a person even when there is no movement by breathing analysis for an efficient monitoring system. It can also detect ailments like apnea and send an emergency alarm in real-time. It can be used to monitor baby to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDs) by detecting if a baby is breathing or not in real-time.

It also can be used to monitor elderly persons who are living alone or suffering from dementia, while enhancing care and quality of life. Furthermore, it can be used in hospitals to monitor patients more efficiently and safely.
There is no dead-zone within the detection area, and it can even detect beyond obstacles like blankets or clothes. It can be used in dark, wet places, and because it does not collect optic images, there are no privacy issues, unlike with camera sensors.
Also, it is easier to be adopted by the users as there is no need to wear it, and the user does not need to push a button in case of emergency. The size of the sensor is very compact (606020mm) and is easy to install. The sensor is fully integrated with signal processing capabilities for measurement and reporting.


Bitsensing is developing radar technology for autonomous vehicles and smart cities that is reliable and affordable to make safer everyday life available for everyone from intelligent traffic systems, to automotive, smart healthcare, and smart homes.
Bitsensing designs and develops the entire process of radar technology from signal processing to RF circuit and antenna design.


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