What is Xetal kinsei?

Nonintrusive indoor localization

At Xetal we have developed kinsei: an innovative indoor people localisation technology that does not require a person wearing or carrying any type of device oto be detected. Kinsei relies on simple temperature sensors placed in the monitored space (on walls, embedded in other devices and alike) to detect and track of one or more people with an accuracy of about 30cm. When such an accurate position information is used together with knowledge about the room itself over time, it is possible to understand what is happening in the room, what people are doing and determine what is likely to happen next.
kinsei does not use cameras, audio or any other identification technology making it the perfect technology for when respect for personal privacy is a must.

PEOPLE DETECTION

Xetal kinsei technology can accurately detect presence of and count people with high consistency over time and independently of the room conditions (e.g lighting)

REAL TIME LOCALIZATION

Xetal kinsei can detect and track up to four people in a room in real time and with a spatial accuracy of 30cm, making real time behavioural analysis a reality.

THERMAL MAPS

Xetal kinsei can be used to measure indoor temperature  in various areas of a room up to 10 meter and spatial resolution down to 20cm. It is possible in this way to have room thermal maps with good resolution.

Solutions
Kinsei DemoKit v2 and v2.1

Kinsei DemoKit v2 and v2.1

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Patient Bed Monitoring

Patient Bed Monitoring

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WONDER: Interactive, automated support for personalized care services

WONDER: Interactive, automated support for personalized care services

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Smart Senior Care

Smart Senior Care

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Real-Time Smart Vision systems

Real-Time Smart Vision systems

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GEKKO: Senior Care without Fixations

GEKKO: Senior Care without Fixations

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Introducing the new Dev Kit and C++ API

Introducing the new Dev Kit and C++ API

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Night time monitoring for child care

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Making a Smart TV smart about us

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Meet us at the Maker Faire in New York

Meet us at the Maker Faire in New York

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Xetal joins the SCOTT project consortium

Xetal joins the SCOTT project consortium

SCOTT, a pan-European, 40 million Euro research project led by VIRTUAL VEHICLE with 57 key partners from 12 countries (incl. Brazil) will provide comprehensive cost-efficient solutions of wireless, end-to-end secure, trustworthy connectivity and interoperability to bridge the last mile to market implementation. SCOTT addresses numerous European societal challenges such as smart and integrated transport, secure…

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