There is no new normal.

Just… normal

Ainstein’s innovative radar system design, customization, and manufacturing capabilities, IoT, and building automation designs leverage Texas Instruments 60-GHz mmWave sensors for highly customized applications 

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The Global Leader of MMWave Radar Sensing Since 2015

Radar systems and the sensor data processing intelligence are the keys to our autonomous future. We offer deep scientific, mathematical and engineering expertise, along with full spectrum portfolio (24GHz, 60GHz, 76-81GHz) of hardware and software to support our customers in developing highly customized solutions with unmatched precision in unpredictable environments.


WAYV Air: Short-Range mmWave IoT Sensor

WAYV Air is based on radar sensing technology and features a compact form factor, low cost and power consumption. It’s the ideal sensing module for detecting and tracking people in indoor environments.

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Technical Specifications


Operating Frequency

60.3 ~ 63.6 GHz

Swept Frequency

3.3 GHz

Azimuth Angle

120 Degree

Elevation Angle

120 Degree

Detection Range

Maximum 6m for People Detection

Data Refresh Rate


Machine Power


Machine Size


(without cable and bracket )


Radar 84g, bracket + screw 64g

IP Rate


Voltage Input

5v ~ 15V for RS-485 version

5V Max for USB

Operational Temperature Range

-20 ° C ~ 50 ° C

WAYV Air Mechanical Drawing

The History of Ainstein and Texas Instruments

TI & Ainstein Chipset

With Ainstein’s innovative radar system design, customization, and manufacturing capabilities, building automation designers can now leverage TI’s new 60-GHz mmWave sensors in overhead mounting positions for highly customized applications. 

At CES, Ainstein showcased how the technology can be used for, among other things, monitoring and managing meeting space in an office environment. The live demo was used for Texas Instruments’ team to manage meetings they were taking with partners at the convention hall during CES.
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Sensors can help to automate tasks and building functions like surveillance and security, crowd and visitor traffic management, as well as lighting and HVAC control. Radar can also be deployed in rooms and restrooms to monitor usage for maintenance purposes as well as for incident detection like falls.

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Get your wheels turning as you learn how we’ve deployed smart automation for monitoring social distancing to alerting and reporting on traffic light, highway efficiency and tunnel emergency management.

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