T-79 Radar by Ainstein


Ainstein Automotive Safety Radar T-79 enables the following lifesaving features:

  • Cyclist and Pedestrian Detection
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Lane Change Assistance
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert

Ainstein Advantage

  • Highly customizable
  • High performance
  • Purposely built for industry vehicles and specialty vehicles
  • Optional technical support and validation tools

Ainstein 79 GHz CMOS Automotive Safety Radar, T-79, is the new generation short range, wideband, high resolution automotive radar sensor built with Ainstein’s cutting edge radar technologies. It is built on RF-CMOS IC technology allowing for ultra low power consumption and low unit cost. The highly integrated hardware design paired with Ainstein’s proprietary advanced radar signal processing algorithms makes it capable of high resolution 360° detection when multiple units are configured on the vehicle. This allows for semi-autonomous or fully autonomous driving.

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Ainstein partners with industry leaders in various vertical markets, combining real-life application knowledge and advanced radar systems technology to offer the sensing solution that works for your unique needs!

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Robot Operating System (ROS) compatible

Ainstein is proud to offer ROS support for its products.

ROS, or Robot Operating System, is a powerful and flexible open source framework that enables software development for robotic systems.

Ainstein’s ROS-compatible smart radar systems allow you to take control for streamlining integration of our radar sensors into your own custom applications.

Ainstein’s expert engineering team provides custom solutions for applications ranging from ROS integration to full-stack autonomy. Contact us today to discuss your own custom ROS integration.

Looking for codebase? Check out Ainstein’s GitHub by clicking here.