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Radar sensors detect moving and stationary objects in harsh situations, such as cars, trains, buses, trucks, and cargo, using frequency modulated continuous wave radar.
On-board mobile equipment, also including reach haulers, forklifts, and mining vehicles, or port apparatus, including such carriers, handlers, and shippers, radar-based detectors are suitable for collision avoidance.
Due to considerable improvements in digital and RF/microwave technology, the applications of radar sensors are becoming increasingly diversified, and commercialisation in the area is accelerating.
The rapidly increasing automation, such as the developments toward autonomous driving and the progression of Industry 4.0. The applications of radar sensors are becoming more diverse, and commercialization in the sector is accelerating, owing to significant advancements in digital and RF/microwave technologies.
Currently, there are various radar applications, from traditional defines and surveillance to automotive radar for driver assistance to biomedical radar for imaging, monitoring, and treatment.
Continental Automotive is a leading mobiliser of the IC modules in the market. The latest integration has been SRR600 will be the next version of 76-81GHz SRRs, offering solid performance for both backward and future looking applications (including NCAP support) at a low cost.
Its tiny packaging is simple to install and functions well beneath all types of painted bumpers. With its availability as a smart and satellite radar as well as versatile networking technology, it supports a variety of vehicle architectures.
Infineon Technologies is part of the component manufacture trending companies in the current industry. The range of RASIC 77/79 GHz front-end radar sensor ICs for driving assistance systems including adaptive cruise control and collision warning as part of the XENSIV sensor family.
These RASIC technologies, which are capable of detecting and recognising objects at a range of up to 250 metres, provide the driver assistance capabilities needed to earn a Euro NCAP five-star certification (European New Car Assessment Program).
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