Beyond CES: What to Expect from Ainstein in 2020

Last week, around 200,000 attendees—a blend of manufacturers, retailers, technology buyers, and media—flew to Las Vegas to interact with robots, try a few virtual reality demos and assess the latest radar technology.  We held demos of two new mmWave radar sensors with...

Ainstein is Making WAYVs at CES 2020

Ainstein announced some big news today—the launch of a new line of IoT radar products, WAYV. Including WAYV Air, WAYV and WAYV Pro, this new family of radar modules are specifically designed for use in static, fixed mounted applications such as: –Traffic management...

The commercial future of 60GHz technology

In 2018, Texas Instruments (TI) offered its new 60GHz chipset. Ainstein was one of the first few companies to design an evaluation module (EVM) utilizing TI’s 60GHz over the door sensor (ODS). In Ainstein’s case, the ODS EVM incorporates radar systems technology using...

Improving safety for pilots in training

When most people think of aviation, they think of jumbo jets flying cross-country, or around the world. This is what most people’s first hand experience of aviation is. However, there are many, many times more private pilot certification holders in the U.S. than there...

What is sensor fusion? 1 + 1 = 50

We all know that 1 + 1 = 2. But is it ever possible for 1 + 1 to = 3? Or 5? Or 50? At its core, this is what sensor fusion is all about: creating greater total value through use of data from multiple sensors in conjunction with one another. When used in such a way,...