Automakers predict driver safety will improve when gesture and proximity sensing replace knobs and touchscreens for infotainment, phone, side mirror, climate, trunk, sunroof, and reading lamp controls. However, most gesture-sensing systems in today’s market are based on traditional time-of-flight (ToF) cameras that also bring high cost, complexity, and space issues, which many system designers wish to avoid.
This 15-minute Webinar covers streamlined, cost-effective automotive gesture-sensing solutions featuring infrared-based optical sensors with integrated photodiode array and lens. It also includes a dynamic gesture-sensing demo and explains how to swiftly implement the right solution into your next design. Some attendees will be offered a free evaluation kit at Maxim Integrated’s discretion.
In addition to automotive applications, the gesture solutions explored in the presentation are also suitable for medical, industrial, consumer electronics, and IoT designs.
Viewers may submit their questions during the presentation.
Szu-Kang Hsien, Director, Business Management, Automotive Business Unit, Maxim Integrated
Szu-Kang Hsien is the Director of Business Management responsible for automotive display power management and gesture solutions at Maxim Integrated. Before Maxim, he worked at Texas instruments for nine years, where he started out as an analog and mixed signal designer, progressed to an automotive infotainment systems marketing engineer, and later transitioned to a strategic marketing manager role responsible for DCDC products. Szu-kang was awarded six U.S. patents and has published seven technical/conference papers. He has been very successful in driving customers in adopting new products and solutions. “Redefining the possible” is his motto.
Lisa Arrigo, Editor, SAE Media Group