Development Platform Advances IoT Safety

Olea Sensor Networks announces OS-8005, its next-gen OleaVision development platform for IoT safety applications requiring Life Presence Detection. The development platform features a design consisting of a FMCW 24GHz radar sensor that is compatible for indoor and outdoor applications. It hosts Olea’s latest machine learning algorithms that enable the sensor to discriminate between animate and inanimate objects within milliseconds at up 10m in a variety of environments. The platform can be modified, optimized, and integrated seamlessly into any industrial equipment safety systems.

 

The OS-8005 has an integrated assembly to provide optimal performance in a compact size. The sensor can be installed on an adjustable mechanical fixture that has a magnetic holder which can be quickly mounted on any equipment without requiring any mechanical modification or assembly to position it on the exterior of the equipment for optimal field of view. The OS-8005 prototype sensor can be ruggedized to handle vibration caused by motion in vehicle. The OS-8005 can communicate data wirelessly via Bluetooth to tablet, mobile phone or PC. Finally, to the OS-8005 is also able to communicate to a Windows PC, Android or IOS platform for further analytics and data processing. For more enlightenment, pay a visit to Olea Sensor Networks.

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