Exploitation of short RF pulses to enhance resolution in a low-power radar device.
Advanced antenna design to maximize radar performances and minimize form-factor.
Embedded processing for features extraction and application.
SMT-oriented design for easy integration in customers boards and applications.
High immunity to spoofing and anti-tamper
ARIA Sensors deliver the most advanced radar technology to detect even the smallest details of the surrounding environment.
A wide frequency range available in the spectrum region below 10GHz enables the detection of high-resolution detection in a low-power sensor.
ARIA Sensors detection is not limited by opaque obstacles, weather conditions or illumination conditions.
Wood, bricks, concrete walls, plastic covers can be easily penetrated.
Fog, smoke, or rain do not affect the quality of detection.
ARIA Sensors can differentiate hands from body enabling gesture-recognition based applications.
ARIA empowers switching, dimming and control of home appliances.
ARIA Sensors detect also standing people without image acquisition, guaranteeing therefore maximum privacy levels.
Thanks to its unparalleled sensitivity ARIA sensors detect even breathing activity.
With its peculiar design, ARIA radars offer:
Why UWB technology?
UWB radars are the optimal technological choice to accomplish the task of detecting persons and gestures.
A wide frequency range available in the spectrum region below 10 GHz enables the detection of high-resolution detection in a low-power, low-cost sensor.
Cover Sistemi exploits and optimizes this approach with an advanced antenna design resulting in the most compact UWB sensor in the world.
A radar device can:
UWB belongs to one of the major radar families guaranteeing a very high resolution, mandatory when small movements are to be detected, such as chest movements during breathing).
Its relatively low-spectrum, if compared to equivalent-resolution radar working at higher frequencies, allows for better penetration capability and lower power consumption.
The transmitter emits a single burst of RF energy which travels into space and “hits” the targets in front of the radar → The targets reflect a part of the incoming energy (echoes) backward to the receiver → The receiver picks the reflected echoes and converts them to high-speed digital data, ready for processing → The receiver measures the Time-Of-Flight of Radar pulses to calculate the target position