The biometric sensor OleaVision™ technology has the unique ability to differentiate between live beings and inanimate objects up to a 5 ¬meter distance for both moving and stationary applications
Sensaggio is Distributor for Olea Sensor Networks, an American company, that designs, biometric sensors for connected health care, including telemedicine, connected car, connected home, industrial safety and public and government security.
Olea’s contactless, wireless integrated sensors are based on Micro-Doppler radar and UWB (UltraWide Band) technologies and powered by Olea’s proprietary, advanced intelligent software and algorithms.
Olea’s designs and technologies focus on vital sign detection, monitoring and predictive analysis of vital signs for use in personal safety issues including vehicle collisions, home invasion, human presence detection (industrial truck, vehicle occupancy – child/pet left behind) as well as energy resource conservation.
Olea’s technologies can operate in a variety of modes depending upon the product. Olea’s sensors and analytic software can wirelessly read heart rate, heart rate variability and respiration rate with clinical accuracy, differentiate between live animate beings and inanimate objects up to a 5 meter distance for both moving and stationary applications.
Sensaggio aims to expand Olea sensor’s sales in Italy and throughout Europe for new and existing applications based on IOT technology.
OleaVision™ technology has the unique ability to differentiate between live beings and inanimate objects up to a 5 ¬meter distance for both moving and stationary applications, regardless of whether the monitored subject itself is moving, motionless or sleeping. As an in-vehicle device, OleaVisionTM can be installed anywhere in the cabin of the vehicle and can sound an alarm of a child left behind, communicating immediately to a caretaker’s device. It is equally effective installed in a child’s room or nursery for real-time monitoring in the crib or playpen. It is completely contactless and does not rely on motion or thermal sensors to detect life presence (human or pet). This technology is available as a development platform for licensing or non-clinical R&D use.