For Connected Car, Connected Care, Smart Buildings and Industrial Safety
Reno, NV, January 3, 2019 – Olea Sensor Networks, a leader in intelligent sensors and analytic software for sensor network-based systems, will offer live demos by appointment of the latest versions of their vital sign and life presence detection technologies during CES 2019 in Las Vegas January 8-11.
Olea will introduce their OleaVision Gen2TM technology for Life Presence Detection which is able to identify human and animal presences to a range of 10 meters even if the subject
is motionless or sleeping. It addresses privacy concerns by not being camera dependent to function. Numerous applications for detection of the presence or even absence of life in various industries including rear seat reminder systems in passenger vehicles, people monitoring in public, retail or institutional settings and industrial safety for both vehicles and environments.
Returning to the spotlight this year is the powerful OleaSenseTM platform for vital sign monitoring while introducing this year another new, low cost version, the OleaSense-LXTM, which features compatibility with all Linux platforms including Raspberry Pi. Powered by the latest version of OleaSenseTM intelligent software and software analytics, the OSN QuadcorderTM technology for remote health monitoring applications received media attention by CNET at last year’s CES 2018 as among the “best of day two”. All versions of OleaSenseTM offer clinically accurate vital signs collection and display featuring biometric authentication capabilities.
Olea Sensor Networks, incorporated in 2011, develops intelligent sensors and analytic software for advanced “Internet of Things” (IoT) service solutions including a wide variety of applications. Olea specializes in developing non-intrusive sensing technologies and wireless sensor networks including OleaSenseTM, vital sign biometrics technology for advanced safety systems and autonomous driving sensing applications and OleaVisionTM, for Life Presence Detection. Olea technologies and development platforms are offered for non-clinical research and development use, including field trials and testing. Olea is located in Reno, Nevada. For more information go to www.oleasys.com. Follow us on Twitter @OleaSys.