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Digital radar advantages over camera, LIDAR

RADAR – radio detection and ranging – has been in existence since the early 1930s. In the past it has been recognized by large spinning antennas to track aircraft and to detect weather conditions. Within the last decade, radar has turned digital, and today, radar sensors can fit in the palm of your hand and be powered by just a few watts of energy. With this miniaturization of size and power and the flexibility to programmatically customize on-board sensing algorithms, radar sensors are providing solutions to many different vertical markets including automotive, transportation, heavy industrial, aviation and ground service equipment. Read More