X4M300 presence sensor

Human presence detection

Keeping building lights on when occupants are stationary is a challenge for most presence detectors. Not for the X4M300. The slightest gesture, gentle breathing, it senses even the smallest human movements.


XeThru X4 UWB radar SoC

Sensing even the smallest movement

Novelda is proud to unveil the X4 - a high-sensitivity UWB radar chip for ultra-sensitive occupancy sensing and respiration monitoring


X4M03 radar development kit

Kickstart your custom sensor development

An all-in-one hardware bundle: Xethru X4 impulse radar board, MCU board, PCB antennas - everything you need for prototyping your ultra wide band radar sensor product, and using your software environment of choice : MATLAB, Python, C++ or C.


XeThru radar in action

    Summit in China - This journey has just begun

    Summit in China - This journey has just begun

    Novelda participated on the Norway China Business Summit in China, 7th-8th of April 2107 (Beijing and Shanghai) organized by Innovation Norway, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries and the Norwegian Embassy in China.

    XeThru respiration sensors used in Pilot project by Norwegian Police

    XeThru respiration sensors used in Pilot project by Norwegian Police

    As part of a pilot study, a monitoring system has been implemented at the Trondheim police station where XeThru respiration sensors track breathing and movement in specific cells. The system alerts prison staff of any irregular activity in the cell in time to potentially save lives.

XeThru TV

Our latest videos

False Alarm Tests of Big Machinery

In this video, as an extension of our previous safety test experiments (https://youtu.be/9tu3Tdbpywg), we present another false alarm test experiments for big machinery using the IR-UWB radar sensor developed at Hanyang University (HYU), Seoul, Korea, in more practical scenarios. Particularly this time, we concurrently compared the performances of our HYU radar with those of the P**v*** radar (a commercial product from Europe). The ranging distance is set to be equally 6 meters for both radars. The HYU radar uses sound and warning lamp together whenever, either right or wrong, detecting objects, while the P**v*** radar uses two-level sound only.