ST’s FlightSense Time-of-Flight solutions for touchless interactions

Join our 1-hour webinar and discover how ST FlightSense Time-of-Flight technology enables touchless interactions


This webinar was broadcasted Tuesday, July 21th 2020

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During this one-hour webinar, we will present different solutions for touchless applications based on our ST Time-of-Flight (ToF) proximity and long ranging sensors. Typical applications include use cases like social distancing, gesture control, contactless operation or people counting.

At the end of this webinar, you will understand why ST FlightSense Time-of-Flight proximity sensors are the perfect products to address such use-cases, and which sensor best fits your application needs. 

We will help you evaluate our sensors and explain where to find design resources and software code examples.

The four Time-of-Flight sensors that we will present are:

VL6180V1: proximity sensor up to 60cm
VL53L3CX: proximity and ranging sensor with multi-target detection (Histogram) up to 3m
VL53L1CX: long distance ranging sensor up to 4m
VL53L1CB: long distance ranging sensor with multi-zone and multi-target detection (Histogram) up to 3.2m

Webinar agenda

  • Introduction to ST FlightSense™ Time-of-Flight technology
  • Description of various use-cases for touchless interactions
  • Time-of-Flight proximity sensors, presentation and key benefits
  • Special focus on gesture recognition, with video and software code example
  • Development tools and ordering codes

The webinar is followed by a live Q&A session where ST’s experienced engineers have answered to the Participants' questions.

 

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Speakers

Herve Gotard

Marketing manager responsible for defining new Time-of-Flight sensor solutions, Hervé also ensures customer support in ST's Imaging division. Hervé joined ST in 2000.

Thomas Viart

Marketing engineer in charge of developing and promoting new Time-of-Flight sensor solutions, Thomas joined ST in 2016.

 

Julien Nguyen

Application engineer responsible for developing new products and new software, as well as for customer suport, Julien joined ST in 1997.

 

Product details

Our ST FlightSense Time-of-Flight proximity sensors accurately measure distances with low power consumption. These all-in-one sensors combine an invisible IR light emitter and SPAD (Single Photon Avalanche Diode) receiver for unrivaled ranging speed and reliability.

With a very small footprint, our sensors can be easily integrated to your projects.

 

 




 

Martin Vacek

Roland Hellstern

Roland Hellstern joined ST in 2000 and is part of the EMEA regional microcontroller and microprocessor technical marketing team. He is in Munich, Germany.

Roland Hellstern

Roland Hellstern joined ST in 2000 and is part of the EMEA regional microcontroller and microprocessor technical marketing team. He is in Munich, Germany.

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