Driver Assistance Sensors in modern vehicles give new possibilities for industrial applications an other markets.
The usage of industrial radars is one of the keyfactors for a successfull future smart farming system.
CES Industrial Radar Sensors reduce search and rescue times in man overboard scenarios.
Diminished visibility plays a significant role in many mining accidents. The size and power of excavating equipment leaves no room for error. Blind spots can be quite large and located on all sides of a vehicle. In addition, weather or dust, dirt, and debris can reduce visibility and impact the performance of many collision avoidance technologies.
Rail mobility means the transport of passengers and goods on wheeled vehicles running on rails. In contrast to road transport, where vehicles run on a prepared flat surface, rail vehicles (rolling stock) are directionally guided by the tracks on which they run. This linear process in combination with new concept to make processes safer and more economic allows a perfect integration from automotive technology.
Adapted from the automotive technology, Industrial Radar Sensors acts as perimeter surveillance radar and and offer an optimal improvement of the existing ground security infrastructure. Weather-independent and without the need for personal monitoring, these systems allow for reliable and cost-effective protection of critical locations.
Collisions at airports cost life, money and time. These collisions can be avoided with the Industrial Radar Sensors. Adapted from the automotive industry, they provide an very high quality and fail-safe standard and are optimized for the usage in the aerospace industry.
Industrial Radar Sensors help to prevent accidents at pedestrian crossings and support us on our vision to zero accidents