Hands-on detection webinar about capacitive sensor technology
2021/03/30 - 2021/06/30
Join this on-demand webinar to learn about how novel ams and OSRAM capacitive sensing technology provides more reliable, safer solution for hands-on detection.
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United Nations Regulation 79 requires hands-on detection (HoD) in all new cars with Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS). Already adopted by the EU for new production vehicles from 1 April 2021, this becomes key to reliability and safety for ADAS. By implementing ams novel capacitive sensors in HoD applications that cannot be ‘fooled’, car manufacturers attain the highest standards of safety, with a simple, single-component solution, at a comparatively low system cost. The webinar will explain why alongside comparable technologies. This online webinar will introduce HoD technologies, explain the principles behind them, and will compare ams' solutions to similar technologies, and elaborate on ams HoD solutions' advantages. Learn more about ams and OSRAM automotive key technologies and solutions.
Webinar Title: ams capacitive sensing technology provides a more reliable, safer solution for hands-on detection
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What will attendees learn in this webinar?
- Current trends for HoD and its market demand
- Capacitive presence sensing technology
- Application examples and demo demonstration
- Technology supporting materials and tools
Chinese Webinar Speaker
Field Application Engineer at ams AG
Rex has more than 10 years of working experience in the field of automotive applications, focusing on motor control, autonomous driving sensing and optics, and is also responsible for agent FAE technical training. Before joining ams, Rex was responsible for the motor, battery management, and power devices business in the automotive division of Sanken Electronics.
English Webinar Speakers
Product Manager at ams AG
Andreas Zenz is the product manager for the AS8579 automotive-qualified capacitive sensor. After joining ams in 2013, Andreas worked in application engineering for automotive, industrial, medical and robotics customers.
Staff Application Engineer at ams AG
Jörg Huainigg, staff application engineer, working for ams since 2011. He is responsible for position sensors and capacitive sensors in automotive applications.
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