Osram Ready to Demonstrate Its Latest Technologies at CES 2019

Osram announced that it is going to showcase its cutting-edge technologies in a wide range of applications including mobility, connectivity, safety and security, and well-being and health at CES 2019.

Osram will present sensors for self-driving vehicles, as well as Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS), and biometric identification applications. With the introduction of two new infrared LEDs, Osram enable biometric applications such as iris scan, driver monitoring, as well as facial and gesture recognition in vehicles.


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As for light emitting applications, Osram will showcase the NASA adopted horticultural sensing and lighting solutions. Together with its newly acquired company, Fluence Bioengineering, innovated horticulture lighting solutions for commercial production and research applications will be presented.


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Moreover, Osram is going to illustrate how the right light at the right time can improve our quality of life through applications such as Human Centric Lighting (HCL) technology, which has been used by world-class athletes and racecar drivers. HCL applications can be experienced in Osram’s booth at CES with devices such as Osram’s Chronogy™ Human Centric eyewear and a dynamic HCL ceiling.

Osram also will showcase its expertise in LiDAR technology for autonomous driving with demonstrations from some of Osram’s key LiDAR partners, and will demonstrate a range of technologies in its interactive Mobility Table. The Mobility Table allows booth visitors to have a hands-on experience with Osram technologies including LiDAR; facial recognition,iris scan and biomonitoring applications; and Osram’s Eviyos hybrid LED which enables smart headlight technology to improve illumination of the road ahead, and communicate with pedestrians and others via image projection. For example, Eviyos can project an image of a crosswalk on the road to notify pedestrians that the vehicle has stopped and it is safe to cross the road.

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