Build better protection for homes and businesses with the most advance security solution with Infineon’s sensor fusion based alarm system powered by XENSIV™ sensors
The Infineon’s alarm system is a multi-layered security system that uses data from XENSIV™ IM69D130 microphone and XENSIV™ DPS310 barometric pressure sensor to provide true protection against burglary and intruder events. Both hardware operates on separate algorithms and threads it into one with a sophisticated sensor fusion algorithm. With our patent-pending concept of combining audio with pressure information, Infineon’s alarm system only acts when you expect it to. Both Sensors have to be triggered at the same time for an alarm. The System is more robust and cannot be triggered by various sounds like a dog barking or background noise from a movie, avoiding false alarms.
Infineon’s alarm system enables detection of two event types:
- Glassbreak – when a window or door glass is broken, the algorithm extracts the intensities in the frequency spectrum. At the same time, it captures the signature pattern of the change in pressure inside the room. The sensor fusion software synchronizes the output and triggers a glass break alarm.
- Intruder – when all windows and doors are closed, there is a stable pressure inside the room. Opening or closing a window or door triggers a pressure change within the room. Each pressure event has a signature pattern. Therefore, opening or closing a door or window triggers an intruder alarm.
The Infineon’s alarm system, based on XENSIV™ IM69D130 microphone and DPS310 barometric pressure sensor, brings the following features and benefits to your application:
|Features of Infineon Alarm System Solution||Benefits for your application and its design|
1. Glass break detection - Sensor fusion software and algorithm recognize the two sensors signature data pattern
2. Intruder Detection – A machine learning-based algorithm to detect the opening/closing of door window
The unique glass break and intrusion detection concept provides robust protection with reduced false alarms
Reliable coverage of up to 50m2 room with one alarm system without a line of sight requirement
|Flexible design and placement with adjustable sensitivity for different house environments|
Infineon’s patent-pending sensor fusion concept enables higher accuracy and precision for intrusion detection
MicroIAS reference design board
Infineon’s MicroIAS is a small form factor reference board. It is running the Infineon Alarm System (IAS) software algorithms. MicroIAS- Reference design board based on a QuickLogic microcontroller with fully qualified software.
- Easy visualization of all three modes via UART
- Test mode
- Glass break mode
- Intruder mode
- Adjustable sensitivity for different room sizes
- LED indication of detected glass break/intrusion event
- Fully tested and qualified software on a small form factor
- The evaluation board includes the following products:
- Infineon’s XENSIVTM microphone IM69D130
- Infineon’s XENSIVTM pressure sensor DPS310
- Fully tested and qualified software (for Quicklogic Microcontroller)
System-in-Package (SiP) alarm system solution by Flex
System-in-Package (SiP) mass production and fully tested alarm system solution in cooperation with our partner Flex. Flex’s alarm system is a pre-packaged subsystem that takes advantage of Infineon’s best-in-class microphone and pressure sensor, machine-learning software, and Quicklogic’s EOS S3 processor.
- Integrated sensors and compute module:
- QuickLogic EOS S3 – ARM Cortex M4-F up to 80Mhz with 512KB SRAM 8mb SPI flash
- Infineon DPS310 - Digital
- Infineon IM69D130 - Digital
- UART interfaces for debugging, flashing, alarm conditions, raw sensor data
- GPIOs: configurable for communication, control, test, alarm conditions
- Flash Direct Access
- SWD interface for debugging
- Operational Power Supply: 1.8V-3.3V
Infineon’s alarm system solution in action
How does the Infineon’s Alarm System work? Live example and test
Quick start guide for our alarm system testing kit
The quick start guide enables you to get started with our alarm system testing kit, evaluate the system in real environments, and collect data for further assessment. Watch the video to learn more