Founded in 2016 in the technology region Ilmenau, Ilmsens drives innovation in RF microwave sensing. Our engineers develop and manufacture leading-edge ultra-wideband sensors at the highest quality standards for a constantly growing customer base. Ilmsens’ ultra-wideband sensors, antennas, and application-specific measurement systems – such as MIMO 5G Systems – are designed and carefully handcrafted in Ilmenau. With every single product we ship, you benefit from our long-term experience and passion for technology. Supplying high-performance sensors as an innovative solution for your application is our top priority.
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We have used the m:explore to develop, among others, a real-time operating UWB scanner, a sensor network for people localization in 2D and 3D, and UWB-radar with synthetic apperture for static object imaging. Our experiences have confirmed that the m:explore is a robust device with reliable performance for developing short-range UWB sensors. Besides this, we have successfully used m:explore in education, too.
- Prof. Dušan Kocur, Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia
The Ilmsens channelsounder has been used at TU Graz since 2013 to measure the radio channel indoors. It is the perfect tool for analyzing multipath-assisted indoor navigation and tracking algorithms, which use the entire received signal instead of only a few estimated features.
- Prof. Klaus Witrisal, Graz University of Technology, Austria
We are using the m:explore to develop systems in the field of biomedical engineering. For example: system for respiratory and cardiac activity of infants monitoring, system for non-invasive temperature monitoring during hyperthermia treatment, head stroke and breast cancer detection. Due to the low radiated power, the m:explore is very suitable for applications in biomedical engineering.
- Ondřej Fišer, CTU in Prague – FBME, Czech Republic
We have used the m:explore as part of a UWB scanning snow sounder to derive stratigraphic information of snow packs. In our experience, the transceiving system is stable and robust, giving repetitive measurements of high quality with marginal inherent noise.
- Svein Jacobsen, UiT - The arctic university of Tromsø, Norway