mmWave IWR – Automated doors & gates
TI 60-GHz mmWave sensors for industrial applications enable intelligent and energy efficient operation of automated doors and gates. mmWave makes doors smarter by using position and velocity information of moving objects to make real time decisions. TI mmWave sensors also use onboard rocessing to avoid false detection of people or vehicles that are not intending to move towards a particular entrance. Cover multiple lanes, gates, or a large area of interest by taking advantage of the sensor’s wide field of view. The sensor’s robust performance is maintained in a variety of environmental conditions such as rain, fog, smoke, or bright sunlight. TI’s new Antenna on Package (AoP) small form factor and simplified design allows seamless integration in automated door and gate applications while still covering a wide field of view for safe and convenient door operation.
|Application||Automated doors & gates|
|Use cases||Automated sliding doors||Parking barriers||Garage openers/industrial doors||Elevator doors|
|Example coverate area||3m x 3m||10m x 3m||5m x 5m||2m x 4m|
|Example range (resolution)||3m (0.048m)||10m (0.12m)||5m (0.12m)||5m (0.12m)|
|Example velocity (resolution)||2m/s (0.082m/s)||10 m/s (0.082m/s)||5 m/s (0.082m/s)||2 m/s (0.082m/s)|
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Evaluate TI’s mmWave radar sensors by purchasing the evaluation module and leveraging the experiments and labs, and referencing our building automation TI Designs.
The starter bundles enables rapid development for IWR6843 mmWave sensor. It includes the carrier card and one standard antenna with 120° x 30° field-of-view. Full debug, emulation, and prototyping is enabled directly through mmWave SDK and tools.
IWR6843 AOP EVM is a small form-factor evaluation module with integrated antenna-on-package technology.
Use experiments and labs to experience mmWave sensor performance first hand and recreate demonstrations using the out-of-box demo or customized code for building automation applications.
Lab: Multi-lane automated doors
Lab: Fine motion detection vs. PIR
Experiment: Approaching objects in elevators
Use TI Reference designs, including design guides, software, configurations and documentation for different applications in Building Automation.
Now that you’re ready to begin production, access these resources to help you along the way.