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The latest version of life signs and signs detection technology will be presented at CES Exhibition


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Olea Sensor Networks will present its latest life signs and signs detection technology at CES 2019 and conduct a live demonstration.

Olea will introduce OleaVision Gen2 technology to its life Presence Detection function, which can detect the existence of human and animal life signs within 10 meters. Even if the target is dormant or motionless, it can also achieve accurate detection. The application scope of this technology exploration can be applied to various industries. For example, the rear seat reminder systems of passenger cars can use this technology to detect rear passengers. In addition, the technology can also be used to monitor public places, retail stores or colleges and industrial areas to ensure the safety of vehicles and the surrounding environment.

This year, the powerful OleaSenseplatform can be used for vital signs monitoring. Another low-cost version of the new product OleaSense-LX is introduced, which is compatible with all Linux platforms, including Raspberry Pi., which is driven by the latest version of OleaSense smart software and software analysis. In addition, the OSN Quadcorder Technical Section is used for remote health monitoring applications. All versions of OleaSense can collect accurate vital signs, which are comparable to clinical results, and provide biometric authentication.

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