Medical diagnostic testing is shifting quickly from sending specimens to a specialized medical lab and waiting weeks for results towards testing at the point-of-care. Infrared temperature sensors play a vital but underexposed role in this unstoppable evolution.
One of the challenges of time-of-flight (ToF) systems is to find robust and efficient illumination units tailored to the exact use case.
A tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) provides numerous benefits for the owner of an EV/HEV through proper control of the pressure of the tires.
To fight global warming, one of the necessary measures is to reduce CO2 emissions. Many of the Melexis pressure sensors have been developed to contribute to that goal.
Discover the new standard protocol for automotive high-speed lighting animation.
Introducing the Hall-effect principle, a well-established phenomenon harnessed by Melexis sensor ICs.
This video introduces the necessary concepts to technically understand the principle of continuous-wave time-of-flight (cwToF). This supports you in choosing the right technology for your application.
Melexis time-of-flight success history
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 new concept for a linear displacement Hall sensor. This paper is published in IEEE Sensors journal.
Melexis has been pioneering in optical time-of-flight technology applied to the automobile industry.
Temperature measurement is a basic element of any healthcare regime. Portable devices for measuring body temperature become highly popular.