Learn how our customers use our A111 radar sensor for innovative use cases in a wide range of products and services.



Japanese company Yukai Engineering created the 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. Acconeer’s A1 radar sensor is used for smart presence detection.

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Packwise Smart Cap is a plug & play device by German startup Packwise, set out to make the use of IBC tanks more sustainable and efficient. According to estimates there are 43 million plastic IBCs in circulation within the EU, and with Packwise’s solution, where Acconeer’s A1 radar sensor plays a key role, the logistics of IBC can be optimized to enable more efficient and sustainable business.


Telchina uses the A1 radar sensor for water level measurement in manholes where it measures the level of city sewer. The water meter is a part of their Smart City solution for water infrastructure. To kick-start their development, Telchina used Acconeer's evaluation kits, which they found very useful when learning about the function of the A1 radar sensor.


With the ParkingFriends™ mobile app, parking space users gets access to easy and fast parking search, real-time parking reservation and convenient payment method. An important part of the system is an IoT Parking Sensor, where Acconeer’s A111 radar sensor is used to detect wheather a parking space is occupied or not.


The LOVOT from GROOVE X Inc. was born for just one reason – to be loved by you. To achieve this, a vast amount of advanced technology has been applied. Acconeer’s A111 radar sensor is built into the LOVOT and used for obstacle detection to prevent LOVOT from hitting objects as it moves around.