Lightweight, small, and quick multi-pixel and single-pixel sensors for vehicle or people counting, smart presence, smart lighting, smart parking, and a number of other smart city applications
Customizable Sensing for Smart City Technology
Terabee technology (branded TeraRanger) is a flexible and modular sensing platform providing high performance at a lower cost. Created for robotics, and now supporting smart cities, their ‘technology bricks’ can be optimized, organized, and industrialized to adhere to your particular requirements.
A simple plug and play approach to utilizing numerous sensors on a single power and data hub makes it easy to set up custom sensor arrays for multi-sensor, multi-axis utilization, and create a selective point cloud for your control system.
Simplicity of Plug and Play
Use one sensor, or many, which have support for Bluetooth, LoRA, WiFi, SigFox, to name a few. They include embedded intelligence for custom data output and have customizable connectors, power supply, and IP67 enclosures.
TeraRanger smart city sensors are lightweight and small, but they are also extremely powerful. The top reading distance is up to 60 meters and for many sensors data update rates can be as high as 1000 readings per second. The common sensor weight is around 8 to 12 grams.
TeraRanger sensors can operate in a broad range of conditions, including sunlight, and do not rely on external illumination, by utilizing active LED illumination. Their LED technology remains eye-safe in all conditions, while still obtaining long-range.
A simple plug and play method for employing a number of sensors on a single power and data hub makes it simple to arrange sensor arrays for multi-sensor and multi-axis use. TeraRanger sensing city technology is ideal for: sensing for smart city, proximity, presence and position sensing; object profiling, distance, recognition, counting, velocity and speed sensing.
Intelligence and algorithms can be added for on-board processing at your request, or the data can be processed on centralized infrastructures or companion computers.
This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Terabee.
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