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Ultrasonic sensors are flexible instruments with several applications such as industrial automation, healthcare, automobiles, and many more. These areas, however, represent only a minor percentage of their potential.
Ultrasonic sensors are useful not just for flow monitoring, maintenance, and detection, but they also show promise in other fields. The potential of ultrasonic sensors has resulted in tremendous technological advancements.
Because of their increased popularity in assembly lines and conveyor belts used in the oil and gas, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries, through-beam sensors are more powerful than retroreflective sensors.
These features will encourage the use of through-beam ultrasonic sensors in industrial applications for item identification and counting, as well as transparent object monitoring.
The Europe Ultrasonic Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Toposens unveils a new ultrasonic 3D sensor that incorporates Infineon’s XENSIVTM MEMS microphone, Toposens and Infineon Technologies AG have collaborated to deliver 3D obstacle identification and collision avoidance in autonomous systems utilising Toposens’ unique 3D ultrasonic technology.
ECHO ONE 3D ultrasonic sensors from the Munich-based sensor company integrate sound, machine vision, and advanced algorithms to deliver robust, cost-effective, and accurate 3D vision for applications such as robots, autonomous driving, and consumer electronics.
Through precise 3D obstacle recognition, the easy-to-integrate 3D ultrasonic sensor allows safe collision avoidance. It is based on the XENSIVTM MEMS microphone IM73A135V01 from Infineon.
Customers may cut development costs and time to market by using this next-generation reference product. Furthermore, it is less expensive and uses less energy than conventional industrial 3D sensors.
The new technology is suitable for enhancing the performance of self-driving automobiles (AGVs).
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