Why Choose Time-of-Flight for your Automotive 3D Sensing Applications

Look at how Time-of-Flight compares to other 2D/3D sensing technologies, to help you make the right choice for your interior or exterior sensing use case.

A stray-field-immune magnetic displacement sensor with 1% accuracy

A new concept for a linear displacement Hall sensor. This paper is published in IEEE Sensors journal.

Enabling the full potential of automotive 3D ToF imaging

Melexis has been pioneering in optical time-of-flight technology applied to the automobile industry.

An intelligent approach to eliminating thermal disturbances in non-contact temperature measurement

Temperature measurement is becoming highly popular, especially in portable devices, that measure body temperature as part of a home healthcare regime.

Making EVAP work for full hybrid EVs

Having pressure sensors that are not only able to detect tiny leakages of fuel vapor but are capable of measuring and coping with increasing pressure levels in sealed tanks is key to the success of EVAP in full hybrids.

High resolution automotive ToF sensor: beyond 100 Kpixel

Intrepid Delta interviewed Melexis at the Intuitive Vehicles Conference about QVGA and VGA Time-of-Flight sensors.

Triaxis®: Unique sensing solution

An innovative magnetic sensor technology capable of very precise 3 axis magnetic field measurement from a single sensor.

Magnetic Latch and Switch: Experience matters

25+ years in latch and switch has given Melexis a unique view of market needs.

Software is integral to delivering highly functional and safe products

Standards define stringent software processes within the automotive industry.

Engine downsizing mandates next generation temperature sensor technology

Contribution of high accuracy temperature sensors towards fuel economy.

Wide CFAR transceiver enables Sub-GHz IoT

As the IoT grows substantially with more wide-tolerance and low-cost crystals in the sensor nodes, Melexis MLX73290-M, with its wide CFAR, will become a popular solution.

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