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How to deploy sensor arrays for drone and robot collision avoidance: Webinar

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How to deploy sensor arrays for drone and robot collision avoidance: Webinar

Words By: Drone Major

Join this free webinar Thursday, 30 September, 2021 at 3pm CEST

September 21 2021, Saint Genis-Pouilly, France  French sensor solutions technology company, Terabee, is hosting a free webinar for people who want to learn how to build their own sensor array for drone or service robot collision avoidance

Do you want to increase your knowledge and skills in collision avoidance for drones and service robots?

How to deploy sensor arrays for drone and robot collision avoidance: Webinar

Participants can get a practical overview of how to build collision avoidance systems for drones and service robots using Terabee distance sensor arrays, in this free 30 minute webinar.

Topics that will be covered include an introduction to Time-of-Flight technology, pre-built sensor arrays for collision avoidance, sensor arrays for cliff detection, drops and steps, and how to build your own sensor array.

There will also be the opportunity to ask questions of Terabee experts.
Webinar: How to implement collision avoidance for mobile robotics and drones
Thursday, 30 September, 2021 at 3pm CEST
Registration

More webinars are coming up in October, November and December 2021. If you’d like to be informed, as details become available, sign up here. 
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About Terabee
Terabee are leaders in Time-of-Flight technology providing intelligent 3D sensing devices and solutions to enable digital transformation across Industry 4.0, smart buildings, smart agriculture and mobile robotics.
Products ranging from sensor modules, embedded software, to ready-to-deploy solutions for systems integrators, make Terabee the partner of choice for distance sensing, 3D depth sensing, low-resolution thermal imaging and radiofrequency positioning systems.

Founded in 2012, the company is constantly innovating and today employs more than 50 people from its headquarters in Pays de Gex, close to Geneva. Terabee is a CERN Technology Partner and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 850014. Visit www.terabee.com for more information.