ISE 2020 will host the official presentation of the new sensor for body and face detection developed by Omron, and dedicated to the digital signage sector
On the occasion of Integrated Systems Europe 2020, Omron Electronic Components Europe will present its new body and face recognition solution. The Omron team will be available to visitors to illustrate the characteristics of the new sensor and its possible applications, in particular in the field of digital signage, home automation and workplaces, as well as security.
Omron Human Vision Component HVC-P2 offers, in essence, a recognition speed ten times faster than that of its predecessor. It’s in fact a further step in the development of the Omron OKAO vision software, already used in a very large number of digital cameras, mobile phones and surveillance robots on a global level. It is equipped with ten image detection functions, including body detection, facial recognition, hand detection, age estimate, gender estimate and even mood of the people. The software is able to recognize a face up to three meters away, allowing you to view its assessments via a UART or USB interface. The module can also detect a human body up to 17 meters away or a hand up to six meters away.
The sensor has already been used by a digital marketing company to provide customers with bespoke content directly in the store, and allowing retailers to track improved performance metrics. The company also combined an integrated camera and processor with its own additional algorithms, giving customers the flexibility to collect analysis data using their own software.
The new HVC sensor is just one of the products that Omron will exhibit at its stand. In fact, the 2JCE environmental sensor will also be present, capable of monitoring temperature, humidity, light, barometric pressure, noise, seismicity and air quality. This data can be stored for about three months and can be sent to multiple devices via Bluetooth 5.0.
Finally, the MEMS D6T thermal sensors are also on display, offering a very wide field of view, being able to capture the image of an entire room from a single point, with the possibility of sending an alarm signal in case of overheating of the machinery.
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