Foreign object detection that can detect objects of all geometric shapes and orientations in real time.
Neonode's Object Detection is a state-of-the-art, cost-effective solution that utilizes advanced infrared sensing capabilities to identify foreign objects on displays or other surfaces, which can provide the safety needed for machines that rely on uninterrupted operation.
With its exceptional accuracy, sensitivity and low power consumption, this sophisticated system is able to detect objects as small as a grain of sand. Low electromagnetic interference makes it ideal for even the most demanding environments.
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Object Detection for Automotive Innovation
Learn how Neonode's Object Detection technology enables automotive HUD innovation.
How Object Detection Works
Neonode's Object Detection is powered by zForce, our patented infrared-based optical sensing technology, which has continually been improved and refined since 2009.
Using a sophisticated blocking methodology, a sensing area is created with an array of photoelectric sensors that emit and receive light signals, which can cover a defined surface area. When a foreign object is placed within the sensing area, it immediately blocks the light signal from reaching the opposing side and a notification about the obstruction, size and/or position of the object can be sent to a user or application.Learn More About zForce
Customized to Your Design
Neonode's Object Detection solutions are customized and designed straight into the customer's product, using the exact size and responsivity required by the application.
Neonode's core blocking IP is configured by Neonode engineers on a project by project basis. It can run on a dedicated processor, but can also be ported to the customer preferred target hardware.Speak to an Expert
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Obstruction Detection for Head-Up Displays
Watch Neonode's Per Nohlert, Director Business Development, give an introduction to Obstruction Detection for Head-Up Displays.Watch the Obstruction Detection Presentation