- Time of issue:2020-02-18 00:00:00
As the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc across the globe, hotels have turned to
housing first responders and other essential workers. In this socially distant world,
sensors have become more useful than ever. And, as the world begins to recover
from the pandemic and guests begin traveling again—this time, with social
distancing in mind—the practicality of sensor solutions won't abate.
Radar sensors can determine which rooms are occupied—in addition to creating
a better guest experience, this also lets housekeepers know when the room is
safe to enter. In an emergency, sensors can determine if a guest hasn't
evacuated, helping first responders do their job more quickly.
And, unlike sensors that use ultrasonic or other technologies, mmWave
radar sensors can be installed behind the ceiling or walls, improving
aesthetics in the room.
The biggest benefits for hoteliers, sensors can help to automate tasks and
building functions like surveillance and security, crowd and visitor traffic
management, as well as lighting and HVAC control. Radar can also be
deployed in hotel rooms and restrooms to monitor usage for
maintenance purposes as well as for incident detection like falls.
Perception Detection Radar
According to the radar to determine the indoor no one, confirm the hotel, family room personnel, and manage lights, air conditioning, air cleaning, water, gas valve and other switches.When there is no privacy related to the camera, confirm the status of daily life.
The radar output signal: somebody, active, rest, nobody
Typical application scenario 1 — Home & Hotel:
Typical application scenario 2 — Office & Hospitals & Nursing homes:
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