CES 2023: ams Osram to present optical tech ‘tackling global challenges’
30 Dec 2022
“Sense the Next”-themed displays highlight apps in automotive, mobility, consumer, medical, industrial, and horticulture.ams Osram
will demonstrate how its latest sensing and lighting solutions are enriching people’s lives at tech expo CES
, which takes place in Las Vegas next week, between January 5-8 2023.
At the two ams Osram booths, visitors will see how the company combines sensors and emitters to create advanced optical systems. The systems on show at CES 2023 are designed to enable customers in industrial, automotive and mobility, consumer, healthcare, and horticulture markets to develop new solutions.
Pierre Laboisse, Executive VP for Global Sales and Marketing, commented: “At CES we will invite our customers to sense the next in optical technology. The show is the perfect opportunity to experience our breakthrough optical innovations that make our lives safer, smarter and more sustainable. Optical technology has become an indispensable part of our modern digital society.”
- Dynamic Forward Lighting – With more than 25,000 individually-controllable pixels, Eviyos will bring HD-quality projections onto the road without glare while enabling the projection of approved warning signs.
- In-cabin [automobile interior] 3D driver monitoring system based on advanced infrared emitters and image sensors, and incorporating Smart Eye software for detecting phenomena such as driver distraction or drowsiness.
- Interior lighting – The OSIRE E5515 LED – side-looking automotive RGB LEDs in thin, smart structures using an innovative in-mold process and validated for use in IMSE technology from TactoTek.
- Lidar – ams Osram’s broad emitters portfolio,comprising: (a) Hands on detection; the industry’s first completely reliable solution for hands-on detection enabling car manufacturers to comply with UN/ECE safety regulation; and (b) Exterior lighting – A full-width rear lamp system which is just 5mm deep, based on SYNIOS® P1515 side-looker LEDs.
Sensing the Next
- Mobile, wearables and vital sign demos, including:
- No distortion behind-OLED ambient light and proximity sensor;
- Demonstration of a reference design of a smart watch which can accurately measure vital signs such as heart rate, ECG and blood pressure 24/7;
- Groundbreaking smart glasses solution based on the breakthrough VegalasTM miniature laser infrared projection system;
- Mira global shutter image sensors convince with their high quantum efficiency at visible and near infrared light spectrum. Their low-power characteristics and small size make them ideal for robotics and AR/VR applications;
Industry and horticulture
- Optical technologies for next-generation robotics: ranging and localization technologies include the new TMF882x direct time-of-flight sensors, an active stereo vision 3D mapping demonstration in collaboration with premium partner Teknique, and a structured lighting system using ams OSRAM dot pattern illuminators.
- UV-C air- and water treatment demonstrators combine robust and efficient UV-C LED emitters with the new AS7331 3-channel spectral UV-A/-B/-C sensor, so systems can accurately monitor UV-C dosage and detect the bioluminescence of bacteria.
- Smoke detector based on the AS7343 spectral sensor which can distinguish the smoke generated by different types of fire.
- Discover the new standard for professional horticulture applications. Flexible and efficient designs for top-/ inter-lighting and vertical farming solutions for greenhouses.
- Closed-loop optimization of horticultural lighting with a combination of Oslon square LED with Batwing lens and the AS7343 14-channel spectral sensor.