LG Innotek’s high-performance radar module detects life in vehicles

An LG Innotek employee shows the company’s in-cabin radar module. (LG Innotek)

An LG Innotek worker exhibits the corporate’s in-cabin radar module. (LG Innotek)

LG Innotek stated on Tuesday it has developed an in-cabin radar module for vehicles that detects dwelling issues and actions with electromagnetic waves.

Used to keep away from leaving young children in vehicles or to forestall theft, in-cabin radar modules are made by combining radar chips, antennas and communication chips on substrates, and are normally put in within the ceiling above the rear seats or across the rearview mirror.


The worldwide demand for inside sensing gadgets, together with radar modules, has been rising.

South Korea requires security gadgets to be put in in minibuses that transport kids, and Europe plans so as to add little one presence detection checks to the record of standards for approving gross sales of recent autos from 2023. The US is taking steps to make the kid presence detection system a requirement from 2025 to forestall accidents from leaving kids in vehicles.

LG Innotek’s radar module can sense life underneath clothes or blankets, and doesn’t elevate privateness points, because it makes use of electromagnetic waves as an alternative of photos. Whereas not less than 5 ultrasonic sensors have to be put in in a automobile for correct detection, one or two radar modules can do the job.


These modules will also be utilized in self-driving vehicles to verify whether or not passengers are carrying seat belts, and to inform when passengers can get out of the car.

LG Innotek stated its radar module decision is improved by 40 p.c in comparison with current merchandise.


Along with sooner sensing, the module detects the place and measurement of all passengers, very important indicators and actions within the automobile, and units the airbag stress accordingly, the corporate stated.

Focusing on commercialization in 2024, LG Innotek is presently selling the radar module to carmakers and automotive components makers in South Korea, the US, Europe and Japan.


By Kim So-hyun ([email protected])

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