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Ultrasonic sensors produce shorter wavelengths than electromagnetic sensors because they employ higher frequencies. As a result, these technologies are becoming more popular in medical applications like as radiography.
Furthermore, these systems are utilised in autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) to identify obstacles and calculate the distance between the vehicle and the nearest one.
As a result, rising demand for AMRs in industries and sectors such as automotive, healthcare, oil and gas, and energy is expected to considerably enhance market growth.
The use of these systems for level detection in biogas facilities has increased significantly in recent years, boosting market expansion. The rising usage of these sensors in the industrial sector has contributed to the market’s growth.
Ultrasonic sensors are used in the industrial industry for applications such as high-speed counting of things on a conveyor belt, liquid level management, box sorting schemes, and robotic sensing.
The India 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.
The Qualcomm 3D Sonic Sensor Gen 2 is a new ultrasonic fingerprint reader for smartphones. When compared to the previous generation, the new sensor is said to unlock the screen up to 50% quicker and cover a 77 percent bigger area.
The sensor can also recognise user fingerprint patterns even when the fingers are moist. Qualcomm’s 3D Sonic Sensor made its debut on previous Samsung Galaxy flagship phones, including the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20.
As a result, it makes sense for the San Diego-based business to include the 3D Sonic Sensor Gen 2 on the next-generation Galaxy S series, dubbed the Galaxy S21.
The 3D Sonic Sensor Gen 2 is 8x8mm in size, as opposed to the previous generation’s 4x9mm. This results in a surface area of 64 square millimetres, which is 28 square millimetres bigger than the previous generation’s surface area of 36 square millimetres.
The enhanced fingerprint sensor’s bigger surface area allows it to gather 1.7 times more biometric data at a quicker rate. Qualcomm promises that the sensor would process data 50% quicker than the previous version.
When unlocking a phone equipped with a new sensor, you will most likely notice a change.
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