Integrating Millimeter-Wave Radar Module for Good Automobiles to Enhance Driving Security with Accuracy and Stability

TAIPEI, Jan. 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — HCMF Group and TMY Know-how Inc. (TMYTEK) have developed the newest millimeter wave good automobile door sensing expertise considerably enhancing the sensitivity, effectivity and security of automated automobile door opening and shutting. This Door Management Unit (DCU) answer, on show at CES 2023 (Sales space #7065), combines HCMF Group’s 60 years of expertise in automotive part and system design and growth with TMYTEK’s revolutionary millimeter wave radar module.

Kenneth Hsi, Global Sales & Marketing, Chief Commercial Officer of HCMF Group, Su-Wei Chang, Founder and President of TMYTEK, Jeffrey Hsi, CTO of HCMF Group, and Ethan Lin, Co-founder and Vice President of TMYTEK, unveil the mmWave application of smart car's door-sensing technology at CES 2023.

Accidents brought on by inadvertent opening of automobile doorways are widespread due to the shortcoming to detect objects approaching shortly from a distance. The millimeter wave radar module developed by TMYTEK has the characteristic of detecting frequency modulated steady wave (FMCW), which might measure a really small goal vary (the minimal measurement vary is equal to the transmission wavelength) and its relative pace, in order that such long-distance and fast-paced objects could be effectively and precisely sensed, permitting the automated automobile door to response accordingly and scale back the danger of an accident. HCMF group’s door system additionally combines blind spot detection with an e-mirror, when a passenger desires to exit the automobile and opens the door, digital rearview mirror and radar detects oncoming vehicles. There’s an object exterior the automobile door and gives warning, and may even lock the automobile door when there’s a threat of collision.

Su-Wei Chang, Founder and President of TMYTEK, said that, “We’re happy to be working with HCMF group, a significant producer of automotive methods, as the start of our entry into the automotive market. Millimeter wave radar will play an more and more vital position within the automotive area, with purposes comparable to street automobile monitoring and recording, autonomous driving, site visitors circulation detection, and automobile collision avoidance. We’re growing security purposes comparable to breath detection to satisfy completely different market wants.”

One other instance of the synergies between the 2 corporations consists of integrating TMYTEK’s antenna system applied sciences into the Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystal (PDLC) car sunroofs developed by HCMF group.. These sunroofs retain their authentic air flow and lighting options, however add superior intelligence, warmth insulation, and noise discount applied sciences, whereas sustaining key efficiency and aesthetics.

“We’re happy to have the ability to work with TMYTEK and different companions to construct system merchandise,” mentioned Jeffrey Hsi, CTO of HCMF group. “Within the growth of good vehicles, Tier 1 system distributors like HCMF must combine new applied sciences in our acquainted physique and closure methods (roofs, facet doorways, tailgates) to offer clients with a whole electromechanical answer. This permits OEMs to focus their assets on core expertise comparable to batteries, motors, autonomous driving, and so on. HCMF group seeks to assist OEM clients with closure methods and supply new expertise options on their autos.”

About HCMF Group

HCMF was established in 1961 and as a world car Tier 1 system provider with greater than 60 years expertise in design and manufacturing. HCMF has round 30 websites globally to offer tailor-made service to our clients. Our huge data and experience by means of years of product expertise present options to fulfill our buyer wants. We imagine strongly in upholding integrity and cooperation to maximise advantages to our clients and companions.

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