Non-invasive wellness monitoring allows for contactless vital sign measurement and sleep tracking for home and clinical use.
Occupancy detection can be used to optimize usage of office buildings and public spaces. In addition, advanced motion detection enables privacy-preserving security monitoring.
Human activity recognition can understand a person's position and orientation, detect falls, help direct pedestrian traffic, track exercise, and more.
Touchless gesture controls expand the way humans interact with their cars, appliances, consumer electronics, and more.
Radar sensing systems have historically been designed for single applications, with hardware and software custom-developed for each purpose. This means that traditional product solutions — from the hardware to the final user experience — are bespoke. For example, a radar speed gun shares no common components with a radar air traffic control system. Recent technological advances have made radars smaller, cheaper, and lower power. They can now be easily manufactured and embedded across a variety of consumer, industrial, automotive, and medical devices. Radar has evolved into a general purpose sensor where each radar system has the potential to support many different applications.