|Sent on:||Monday, October 14, 2013 3:04 PM|
Bend Arduino Group Members:
Meeting This Week:
63160 Britta Street, Bend, OR 97701, Bend, OR (map)
Dennis Corey of PulsedLight, a local startup will present their new product and show how it interfaces to the Arduino.
Bend Arduino Group
PulsedLight is an optical sensing technology company created to address a growing and unmet need for a tenfold improvement in cost, size or performance of non-contact optical ranging and proximity sensors.
PulsedLight has developed a patented, optical proximity and distance measurement technology that can be quickly and inexpensively adapted to a variety of applications, from single beam distance measurement to line scanning and complex 3-D imaging.
Whether it’s a car, robotic vacuum cleaner, or intelligent security system, today’s trend is to engineer products that can “sense” their environment so they work in safer, more effective ways.
Unfortunately, sensor technology can often be more expensive than the product itself, thus creating a barrier to entry for inventors and manufacturers who strive to create new, innovative products.
Only PulsedLight Best-Fit solutions guarantees you get the highest performing sensor per your requirements at the lowest cost ... in an extremely small package!
Now, you can get the same or higher performance and functionality than laser sensors, LED sensors, and sensor systems costing hundreds or even thousands more. Sound too good to be true? It’s not! Here's why:
PulsedLight develops the smallest, lowest cost, high performance optical sensor technology in the world. Our sophisticated, high performance sensor technology can be delivered at the absolute lowest cost because we “best-fit” to your application.
Like other solutions, PulsedLight’s technology can detect distance, proximity, perimeter, motion, or velocity on any point, plane, or volume – in real time. But unlike other sensors, PulsedLight can deliver the performance you need at the lowest possible cost. We take our core laser sensor or LED sensor building block and select only the “best-fit” opto-electronic components and processing intelligence that meet your specifications.