IoT Radar Sensor Integrates Presence Detector

Avigilon Corp. offers the Avigilon Presence Detector (APD) sensor that combines self-learning analytics with impulse radar technology to accurately detect the presence of a person even if they have stopped moving or are hidden. This sensor is designed for indoor locations such as ATM rooms and other closed indoor vestibules within banks, pharmacies, health care facilities and retail stores, and can accurately detect a person's presence through blankets, cardboard, wood and drywall.

 

With a small and discreet design the APD can be hidden above ceiling panels or behind interior walls. Available in surface, corner or wall mount options it uses standard IP security camera infrastructure and cabling, making installation fast and easy. The indoor impulse radar sensor, combined with self-learning analytics, scans and learns the environment, continuously adapting to reduce false positive events, providing extremely high accuracy in detecting the presence of a person at distances up to 9 meters from the sensor.

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The APD is expected to be available for order in the third quarter of this year.  

 

For more information on product availability, visit http://www.avigilon.com

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