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The latest technology demonstrator from Peratech shows how Quantum Tunnelling Composite (QTC®) force sensing can accelerate the evolution of mobile phones.
Autonomous cars need a whole armada of sensors: lidar, radar and cameras. A cooperation between chip manufacturer STMicroelectronics and the Israeli start-up company AdaSky is now bringing an additional layer of information into the sensor landscape: a thermal imaging camera in the far infrared range helps the car to recognise its environment even in darkness and poor visibility.
The latest technology demonstrator from Peratech shows how Quantum Tunnelling Composite (QTC®) force sensing can accelerate the evolution of mobile phones.
Lemonbeat has launched version 2.0 of the company’s Lemonbeat Studio, which allows the configuration of compatible sensors without writing a line of code.