On May 18, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) confirmed that they open up for 60 GHz radars to be used for the US market.
The Swedish health technology company BrainLit has developed a UV-C lighting to disinfect both air and surfaces of a room to create a safe and healthy environment.
CODICO will host a webinar about the Acconeer Pulsed Coherent Radar technology on May 16th at 10:00 a.m.
Acconeer is part of the newly created ‘ClassIC’ R&D joint venture along with Chalmers University of Technology, Lund University, Axis Communications, Codasip, Ericsson, Saab and Qamcom.
All Acconeer shareholders are invited to our annual general meeting which will be held at Malmö Live on April 27th. Come early for demos and a snack!
In our latest Innovation Lab post, water surface velocity inside of a pipe is monitored and measured using the A121 sensor.
Vibration is measured using the A121 sensor. Vibration measurement can be utilized to predict maintenance of industrial machinery and infrastructures.
In the latest “In detail” video just released, the Acconeer radar sensors are featured as a crucial component for the interior safety.
The new regulations are expected to open up for Acconeer’s customers to launch more products and new use cases in the USA, where there today are limitations on installation type and emission levels. Acconeer estimates that the legislation will be in place in the US during summer 2023.
Acconeer’s CEO Lars Lindell comments year-end-report in an interview with Redeye’s Jesper von Koch.