Development Platforms Supported by Sensirion
While Sensirion products are supported on a wide range of platforms and processors, our developer page hosts projects that are developed in-house as reference projects. If you are working on a platform that is not visible here, feel free to contact us!
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On/off body detection is about detecting whether a device is worn on the human body or not. This function can be implemented with Sensirion’s humidity sensors and offers various new use cases.
Imagine you are model pilot and for a perfect start of your model aircraft you need the actual weather conditions, especially the speed and the direction of the wind. So you can reduce the risk to crash at the start and you can decide for the ideal orientation into the wind for a take off.
With two SHTW2 sensors arranged in the right way, it is possible to measure the perspiration rate accurately. The constant transpiration, which is nothing else than evaporation of water through our skin creates a gradient of absolute humidity.
By implementing Sensirion’s SHTW2 humidity sensor it is possible to avoid fogging caused by perspiration. This “antifogging” feature is not only applicable with VR goggles but can be also applied to other goggles like skiing goggles or motorbike helmets.
An Adblue concentration sensor supports monitoring of the Adblue tank in order to avoid refuelling with water, diesel or incorrect Adblue concentration. Sensirion's flow sensor is a semiconductor MEMS version of the traditional hot ...
A surveillance camera will only detect intruders within its field of view. However, breaking into a house through a door or window will generate a pressure pulse, which can be detected with a sensitive pressure sensor ...
Persons and objects cause air turbulences when moving around. A flow sensor can detect the direction of such air turbulences. Thus, it is possible to determine the direction of movement of persons and objects passing ...
Wearables measuring heart rate is a growing trend. Mostly the pulse is measured with photoplethysmography (PPG) using LEDs and photo diodes. However, dirt on the optics, dark skin or tatoos can make PPG based pulse ...
Third Party Products with Support for Sensirion Sensors
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