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OmniPreSense Corporation

OmniPreSense is a supplier of short-range radar sensors for smart cities, homes, and offices.
OmniPreSense is merging radar signal processing with machine learning in an edge computing solution for traffic monitoring. The system can be used to detect vehicles speeding or traffic patterns for Smart City applications, helping improve overall traffic flow. Their traffic monitor system can monitor foot traffic to help businesses optimize environmental controls or enhance sales with enhanced understanding of customer movement. And an enhanced version can provide in-room presence detection, providing context for a person’s actions such as identifying if an elderly person has fallen and not gotten up.

What's Innovative About Their Solution?

OmniPreSense radars combine radar signal processing with machine learning in a highly integrated design, which allows them to provide enhanced data about objects detected at price points not seen in radar solutions.
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📍 Location

San Jose, CA

⚙️ Product Stage

First Full Release

🏭 Industries

IoT, Hardware, SaaS

🤑 Fundraising Status

Actively raising

💸 Total Funding
To Date

$100k-500k

🙌 Founder Demographics

 

Big Wins

  • MVP product in market since 2017
  • 2nd generation product in market since 2018
  • Product sales of $89,000
  • Introducing first full traffic monitor system later this year
  • Won Air Force SBIR Phase I contract

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Contact the Founder:

Rob Frizzell

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