This year’s Consumer Electronics Show is right around the corner, and Olea Sensor Networks is preparing to show off new versions of its smart sensor solutions.
The company will take the opportunity of CES 2019 to showcase OleaVision Gen2. It’s the latest version of its ‘Life Presence Detection’ solution, which is designed to detect the presence of a person or an animal in a given setting, whether it’s a car, an industrial area, or any other location where this kind of information can prove to be critically important. The system can detect a living presence to a range of 10 meters, even if the subject is motionless; and it doesn’t require a camera to function, helping to ensure that it protects subjects’ privacy.
Olea Sensor Networks will also introduce OleaSense-LX at CES 2019, a low-cost version of its OleaSense vital sign monitoring system that is compatible with Linux operating systems. And CES 2019 will also see the return of the OSN Quadcorder remote health monitoring solution introduced at last year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
CES 2019 is slated to run from January 8th to 11th in Las Vegas, offering another opportunity for Olea to introduce its solutions to new audiences after the 2018 Sensors Expo.