Unique field interaction principle
Measuring the near-field interaction of an obstacle with a low-frequency electric field, the electrostatic sensing principle combines high-resolution proximity information, with a low latency, high update rate and a superior noise immunity.
Since measurements occur within a fraction of a wavelength, no appreciable energy is radiated.
True spatial field-of-view
Instead of being line-of-sight, such as RADAR, LiDAR or ultrasound, electrostatic sensors measure a spatially integrated field disturbance.
Active Sideguard therefore is characterized by its ultra-wide spatial detection field, that moreover reaches all the way down to road level.