With technological advances, the demand for intelligent sensor technology also is on the rise. This market development was also clear to see in InnoSenT GmbH’s previous rounds of participation in the fair. Christian Bömmel, Head of Sales & Marketing at InnoSenT GmbH, had the following to say about this: “We are noticing a very palpable, growing interest in radar sensor systems. For us as a leading radar technology company, the electronica trade fair is a great opportunity to demonstrate the possibilities and functions of RADAR.” Sensors will prove indispensable in the future. In light of progressing automation and for intelligent control, sensors are essential. They act as sensory organs for technology. This metaphor is also the basis for the InnoSenT GmbH’s slogan “Rely on more senses”. It alludes to relying on additional “senses”, such as radar sensors, to achieve greater comfort and safety in everyday life. Already today, the company’s products are present in all different areas of life: starting with lighting control, to door openers or alarm systems, to driving assistance systems.
The electronic component manufacturer has consistently set new standards in the past with innovative products in order to be optimally prepared for the challenges of the new markets and to provide end customers with real benefits. This also describes the portfolio InnoSenT intends to present at the electronica:
- The SMR is a compact radar sensor which is the first module to be manufactured fully automatically. It is shipped on tape and reel for automatic fitting. Its features are ideally coordinated with the requirements of home automation.
- The INS features a unique combination of a proximity switch and motion detection function, and is primarily oriented towards smart home and security applications.
- The radar systems iSYS-5010 and 5020 were developed by InnoSenT specifically for monitoring outside areas and allow radar and camera technology to be fused together in an innovative manner.
- The iSYS-6003 radar system accurately detects filling levels using distance measurement to the millimetre, even under extreme conditions such as dirtiness, heat or cold.