• Intelligent Sensing

  • Next Gen Radar Technology at Your Fingertips
  • Intelligent Sensing

  • Advanced Sensing for Path Planning and Object Avoidance
  • Difficult Environments

  • Sophisticated Sensing in Low Visibility Environments

Intelligent Sensing

Next Gen Radar Technology at Your Fingertips

Intelligent Sensing

Advanced Sensing for Path Planning and Object Avoidance

Difficult Environments

Sophisticated Sensing in Low Visibility Environments

RadarIQ brings you the Next Generation of Object Sensing and Robotic Vision.

RadarIQ sensors are designed to simplify the task of object avoidance.

Object detection, path planning, tracking, navigation, and SLAM are now easier than ever with RadarIQ's intelligent sensing.

RadarIQ sensors are also remarkable at accurately measuring distance, velocity, movement, and can even see through walls!

Features

RadarIQ intelligent sensing detect and track multiple objects

Detect & Track Multiple Objects at Once

Continuously measure distance, speed, direction, position, and size of objects. Track many objects at once as well as differentiating between people, and stationary objects.

RadarIQ intelligent sensing 110 degrees of vision

110 Degrees of Vision

Remove the limitation of only being able to detect objects directly ahead. The 110° field of view makes looking around easy.

RadarIQ intelligent sensing see through walls

See Through Walls

Give your projects x-ray vision. mmRadar waves can penetrate through walls enabling RadarIQ sensors to see what is on the other side of obstacles such as glass, acrylic, fibre and plaster.

RadarIQ intelligent sensing drones through smoke

Difficult Environments

Sense in difficult environments. Smoke and fog are invisible. Bright light or darkness is no problem for the RadarIQ sensor.

Object Avoidance

Use sophisticated object avoidance algorithms with the wide range of quality data provided from the RadarIQ module.

Path Planning

Use the advanced data set from the RadarIQ sensor to perform optimal path planning, even when there are hidden obstacles in the way.

APPLICATIONS

RadarIQ products have a wide range of applications. The possibilities are endless.

RadarIQ intelligent sensing for 110 degrees of robotic vision

Robotic Vision

Enhance the vision capabilities of robots. The RadarIQ-MK1 sensor has a 110 degree field of view and can detect many objects at once, as well as accurately measure their position. With code samples for Windows, Linux, Arduino and ROS, it is easy to get started.

RadarIQ intelligent sensing track robots' positions

Track Position

Use the data from RadarIQ's module to keep track of movements. The precise position and speed data can be used to build up a detailed history.

Harsh Environments

RadarIQ's sensor performs well in difficult or dirty environments such as farming, agriculture, or dusty industrial processes.

RadarIQ intelligent sensing for advanced image recognition like people and bicycles

Enhanced Image Recognition

Image-based AI algorithms are pretty good at object recognition. What they lack however, is positional data about the subjects. Distance, speed, and size can be added by combining with RadarIQ's products as a secondary source of information.

Smarter Security

RadarIQ's sensor can enhance security systems by allowing the security system to trigger more accurately. Stop the security light from triggering when the neighbor's cat walks past.

Sub-mm Accuracy

RadarIQ sensors are capable of sub-mm accuracy, making it ideal for precision measurements.

OTHER BENEFITS

Plug-and-Play

RadarIQ products are designed to be very easy to use. All the complexities of radar is taken care of by the module. All you need to do is plug it in and watch the magic happen.

Sample Programs

RadarIQ products come with a range of sample programs to help you get started with some of the more advanced applications. These are available via our github account.

Range of Platforms

RadarIQ products are designed to work with a range of common platforms such as ROS, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Windows, and Linux. Drivers and Libraries are available Python and C languages.

Community

Need help, want to share your project with the community, or suggest a feature? The RadarIQ forum is a place for makers to get together and support each other.