Hands-on detection webinar about capacitive sensor technology
2021/01/26 - 2021/01/26
Join this webinar to learn about how novel ams capacitive sensing technology provides more reliable, safer solution for hands-on detection.
Watch our webinar about capacitive sensing technology empowering hands-on detection
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 which 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.
Webinar Title: Novel ams capacitive sensing technology provides more reliable, safer solution for hands-on detection
Date: January 26th, 2021
Time: 8:00 am PST | 11:00 am EST | 5:00 pm CET
What will attendees learn in this webinar?
- Demands of driver monitoring – HoD
- Capacitive presence sensing
- Application examples
- Supporting tools & collaterals
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.
We are looking forward to your participation.
Regardless of the level of driver assistance system your car uses, driving safety is always the most important.
Safety is always the most important thing for driver whatever level driving system your car is with, in order to effectively improve the driving safety, many ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) related products have come to the automotive market already. Hands On/Off Detection (HOD) is one kind of ADAS, which is requested in L1-L4 autonomous driving system and supports the ADAS requirement. Currently there are several of methods to implement HOD like capacitive sensing, camera monitoring, and pressure sensing etc. However ams provides a high accuracy measurement sensor based on impendence measurement principle by using I and Q demodulation technology.
Welcome to join us on discussion.
What value will ams provide to you?
This webinar will focus on the detailed discussion of ams' HOD solution. We will talk about the technical principles, advantages and applications of the solution.
Speaker Jason Yu
From product design and development to providing technical support to customers, Jason has more than 20 years of work experience. In the past 7 years, Jason has provided ams product application support for consumer, industrial, and automotive customers. He is mainly responsible for the application promotion and technical support of ams VCSEL laser, position sensor, steering wheel off-hand detection and other products.