NOVELIC is proud to announce the US Patent Grant award for gesture sensor application:
“Millimeter-wave radar sensor system for the gesture and movement analysis” – US 10,928,499 on February 23, 2021.
A new patent-granted invention in our portfolio is a gesture sensor system based on mm-wave radar. It covers apparatus and method of operation for a simple system for detection of class of gestures based on a 2D angle detection. Low-cost and robust gesture sensing solutions are required for a variety of industrial, consumer, and automotive applications. Preferable addressing non-licensed 60 GHz radio frequency band, miniature mm-wave radar sensor-based solutions offer gesture sensing outperforming TOF sensor in robustness, with affordable pricing. Moreover, the same mm-wave radar sensor hardware constellation can be simultaneously used for detecting life, measuring the distance to objects, and detecting vibrations and vital signs, performing child presence detection (CPD) and seatbelt reminder (SBR) functions.
“The proposed concept ensures a new paradigm in smart contactless sensing and can provide comfort functions combined with safety and security”, explains Dr. Veselin Brankovic, NOVELIC Chief Marketing Officer. The proposed apparatus is using mm-wave radar sensing with smart signal processing.
NOVELIC is the largest worldwide independent provider of mmWave radar sensors and perception solutions. Our company has over 10 years of market presence and more than 120 engineers in multidisciplinary teams.
We have a large portfolio of mmWave radar sensors and IPs that enable us to develop custom products for automotive, autonomous driving, robotics, Industry 4.0, and IoT systems. NOVELIC also does full-cycle development of electronics and software systems for ADAS, AGV, and industrial automation, including annotation tools, ECU hardware/software development and testing, and HIL development.
Our solutions are based on the existing in-house developed platforms and various projects we have completed. We have expertise in numerous domains necessary to build today’s complex products – embedded software, hardware, algorithms, machine learning, FPGA, mechanics, functional safety and requirements, and others. Consequently, we are designing pioneering products with a significantly shorter time to market.
For more information:
Dr Veselin Brankovic, CMO