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3 ways radar technology is changing the in-cabin sensing market

Radar’s ability to sense through solid materials makes it possible to detect an unattended child, monitor occupant status and estimate driver vital signs with greater accuracy than ever before.

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Texas Instruments Awr6843 Aop 315x180 Ed 021121 Kmr

The AWR6843AOP enables evaluation of automotive in-cabin sensing applications, such as child-presence detection and occupant monitoring.        

Texas Instruments Awr2243 315x180 Ed 021121 Kmr

AWR2243 – 77GHz front, long-range mmWave radar sensor

The AWR2243 enables ADAS applications such as obstacle detection, multiple object tracking, and can be cascaded to achieve a high-resolution imaging radar.

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Texas Instruments Awr1843 315x180 Ed 021121 Kmr

AWR1843 – 77GHz medium/short-range mmWave radar sensor

The AWR1843 is focused on medium/short-range ADAS applications including gesture/kick to open, obstacle detection, and automated parking.

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The 60-GHz antenna-on-package radar sensor, AWR6843AOP, brings intelligent sensing to automotive in-cabin areas including child presence, vital sign monitoring, and occupant detection.        


Automotive imaging radar system

The TI mmWave automotive imaging radar system utilizes four cascaded sensors working as a single unit to achieve its long detection range. This is applicable to ADAS applications including obstacle detection and long-range sensing.

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Automotive Corner Radar Using TI mmWave Sensors

Automotive corner radar performs applications including cross-traffic alert, lane-change assist, and blind-spot detection. These sensors are ideal in the automotive space since they maintain high performance regardless of environmental conditions.

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77GHz single chip radar sensor enables automotive body and chassis applications

TI’s single-chip mmWave sensors bring the advantages of FMCW radar to a sensor that has a small form factor, best in-class bandwidth, and on-chip computational and memory resources needed to accommodate the requirements of automotive applications.

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Imaging radar: one sensor to rule them all

Imaging radar using TI mmWave sensors provides great flexibility to sense and classify objects in the near field at a very high resolution, while simultaneously tracking targets in the far field up to 400 m away.

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