Xandem’s synergistic sensing technology created by the University of Utah has led to a new tomographic motion detection system. The product offers a new way to detect movement and can be easily integrated into standard panel equipment, thus making the technology available for alarm, automation and energy efficiency systems. The technology uses wireless networks that can penetrate solid materials, thus sensing is successful even when the devices are placed behind walls, furniture and other obstructions. The tomographic sensing comes from communicating nodes in the mesh network that sense disruption to the waves as they pass through the defined area.

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