Single-chip imaging radar delivers high-res 4D point cloud: Page 2 of 2

June 07, 2019 // By Julien Happich
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Israeli startup Vayyar has launched a radar chip that enables in-cabin passenger location and classification, occupant size, vital sign and posture analysis, as well as 360° exterior mapping, including monitoring cars, objects and pedestrians around a vehicle.

“Today, existing radar solutions do not deliver 4D point cloud capabilities. Vayyar is the first to close the gap between the robustness of radars and the resolution of LiDAR and optics. Our real-time, 4D point cloud solution can work in any environmental condition and doesn’t compromise one’s privacy. We believe our sensors will create a shift in the way the automotive industry will use radar in the future. We look forward to working with our partners to increase passenger safety worldwide,” said Ian Podkamien, Director of Automotive Business Development for Vayyar Imaging.


Vayyar’s Radar on a Chip (ROC) has 48 transceivers operating at 76-81GHz which allows over 2,000 virtual channels. The chip also consists of an internal DSP for real-time signal processing. This single chip solution is easily integrated into existing automotive framework, reducing the overall cost and number of sensors needed for the vehicle.

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