Occupancy detection (people tracking, people counting)

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Occupancy detection (people tracking, people counting)

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create innovative occupancy detection applications to detect, track, count and identify human activity to make critical decisions. Our technologies feature the latest advancements in mmWave sensing, 3D Time of Flight (ToF), thermopile-IR sensor, thermal imaging and many other capabilities.

Design requirements:

Occupancy detection (people tracking, people counting) designs often require:

  • 3D ToF depth information for easier segmentation of images with simpler analytics.
  • Ability to differentiate between humans, pets and objects.
  • Multiple object detection by using range, velocity and angle.
  • Immune to environmental changes and low visibility conditions.
  • No infringement of privacy.

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Technical articles Ditch the NTC thermistor: use an analog temp sensor instead 31 May 2013
Application note OPT3001: Ambient Light Sensor Application Guide (Rev. A) 30 Sep 2019
White paper How to optimize building and home automation designs for energy efficiency 29 Apr 2020
More literature Engineering A Smarter Building 28 Jan 2016
Technical articles How to spin your stepper motor more efficiently – Part 2 22 May 2015
White paper Filtering for 3D Time-of-Flight Sensors 21 Jan 2016
White paper Bringing intelligent autonomy to fine motion detection (Rev. A) 20 Dec 2018
Technical articles Don’t miss out: New product demos featured at SPS IPC Drives 2015 18 Dec 2015
White paper Enabling the next generation of video doorbells 14 Mar 2019
Analog Design Journal Building a greener, more secure planet 10 Nov 2017
White paper Introduction to Time-of-Flight Camera (Rev. B) 07 May 2014
Technical articles A user interface that says "hello" 05 Nov 2014

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