Japanese company GROOVE X explains how the A111 radar sensor was used in their social robot Lovot in a new customer story published today. Lovot was awarded “Best Robot” at CES 2019 by The Verge.
When IoT Solutions integrated Acconeer’s A1 radar sensor in their parking sensor the accuracy was increased by up to 99% compared to previously used technology, as found in internal product testing as well as through measurements when deployed in real-life use.
Nietsche Enterprise first used the A1 radar sensor for vehicle detection in their parking application. The A1 sensor was easy to use and enabled high quality information gathering.
Last week, Lars Lindell presented at Redeye’s Autotech Seminar 2020, digging into our business model and opportunities in the Automotive industry. You can watch the full presentation on our investor page.
Join us for an introduction to radar and Acconeer’s groundbreaking technology at a webinar hosted by Codico on September 30.
As of today, we at Acconeer have shipped a total of more than 200 000 A1 radar sensors to distributors and customers. Read a comment from our CEO, Lars Lindell, in today’s press release.
Japanese company Yukai Engineering uses our A1 radar sensor in its communication robot BOCCO emo, which has a very simple interface making it easy to use by anyone, including young children or the elderly who do not need or cannot use a smartphone.
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