Many mechanisms known to us and used in everyday life are more and more supplemented by radars in terms of

  • Automation
  • gesture recognition
  • Security
  • Hazard identification
  • or also recognition of vital and life functions.

Anyone who wants to protect their home from uninvited guests will use radar technology to get closer to their goal, the smart home.

Here, electronic guard dogs detect attempted break-ins through walls and deter the burglars with barking noises, notify the owner or call the police.

Doors can also be easily automated with radar units: Intelligent sensors open doors only when a person wants to pass through. Some sensors even detect whether a person is just passing by the door.

In the automotive sector, smart cars, buses and cars recognize their owners as they approach and open the door on gesture commands, detect obstacles and the door is closed again.

Interior sensors can identify people, pets and child seats and prevent injuries or damage.

The application of radar technology can be used not only in life-saving situations, but also to prevent hazards, primarily in shipping, agricultural technology and occupational safety.

Today, intelligent radars are already being used more and more in the lifestyle sector: sports applications, trendy statement pieces from the fashion world and private end devices are increasingly being equipped with smart radar modules.