UPCOMING I DRVEGRD 169
Installed on a driving platform, smartmicro's newest radar spans a fine grid for detecting and separating objects in its field of view. DRVEGRD 169 is a highly-innovative sensor aiming to increase safety by detecting potential collisions, triggering warning signals, and supporting automated safety functions.
- User-selectable operation modes, antennas, and frequencies: 76GHz to 81GHz
- 4 Dimensions (4D): range, speed, azimuth and elevation angle
- Pixel-High Definition (PxHD) resolution: true angular separation
- Blind and misalignment diagnosis, interference suppression
- Plug-and-play 360° sensor data fusion
- Field of view of 140°+ horizontally
- Coverage of 28° in elevation
- Range interval of 0.1 to 130 meters (426.5 ft)
- True range (10cm/3.9 in) and speed separation (0.1m/s) of objects
ADJUSTABLE OPERATION MODES
DRVEGRD 169 is a 79 GHz (76GHz to 81GHz) radar sensor with adjustable software-defined operation modes, antennas, and frequencies, to faultlessly cover the field of view in each use case.
The radar’s hardware includes NXP's latest 16nm-FinFET Radar MCU S32R29, as well as RF CMOS Radar Transceiver TEF82xx.
DRVEGRD 169 has significantly boosted processing power, increased output of point clouds, and higher resolution - targeting ASIL-B (SEooC) and NCAP.
Thanks to the sensor's almost unbreakable design, its performance is unaffected by harsh weather conditions and works in critical environments.
15% of fatal work-related accidents on construction sites in Germany in 2019 were caused by collisions with moving heavy construction vehicles. A reliable 360° coverage around fast-moving vehicles is necessary to ensure safety in the areas that are hardly observable for the driver.
|UMRR-96 Type 153||DRVEGRD 169|
|Max. Range||120m (393ft)||130m (426ft)|
|Min. Range||0.2m (7.87in)||0.1m (3.93in)|
|Sensitivity @10dBm²||85m (278ft)||95m (311ft)|
|Range Resolution||0.3m (11.8in)||0.15m (5.9in)|
|Azimuth Angle Resolution||None||8°|
|Number of Cloud Points||110||255|
|Processor Technology||55nm CMOS||16nm CMOS|
|Antenna System||Fixed Beam||Beam Steering|