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Xethru is a new advanced sensor-technology
for tracking of people for comfort and safety

See Through

The ability to see through objects enables hidden, tamper proof sensors that builds into walls.

Presence

Presence tells you if someone is in the detection zone.

Motion

Detecting the smallest motions, as those from a person breathing.

Proximity

Proximity tells you if someone is within a certain range.

Distance

Measuring distance to all detected objects, enables counting and speed measurements.

See through the wall sensing human presence on the other side.

Presence triggered light adjustment for comfort energy saving

Motion detection for vital sign and sleep monitoring

Proximity for nearby interaction and user interfaces.

Distance and position detection allows tracking and advanced home automation.

Customer Stories

A world of possibilites and success stories


Doug Roberts
CEO, Flat Earth

We have found the XeThru Technology to be superior to other technology we tried.

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Dan Axelsson
CEO, Cinside

The HumanFinder is a sensor, incorporating a XeThru transceiver, capable of detecting and determine the position of trapped victims.

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Latest Blog Posts

Get a glimpse inside XeThru
Thursday, April 3, 2014
Company

I am very proud to have our new XeThru technology ready for advanced sensor development.  XeThru sensors target a range of commercial and industrial applications, including those in the fast-growing Internet of Things (IOT) market. Our strategy is to support strategic customers to design sensors with extraordinary capabilities. In the future we will make the technology more available for a wider customer base in addition to students and design communities.

Saturday, January 25, 2014
Technology

Land mines left behind from wars worldwide are one of the century's main unsolved problems of war and remain the focus of humanitarian mine detection and removal. Although the number of unexploded land mines globally is unknown, it is beyond doubt huge. One estimate also referred to by UN, amongst others, is 110 million. It could be that this number is higher, a lot higher. Demining is therefore one of the most important humanitarian problems in the world today.