Vayyar Sensor Technology Developed in Israel Can Save Lives Inside The Home

An advanced new imaging technology developed by Vayyar uses radio waves to detect emergency situations and call for help.

Senior citizens living alone can experience falls, serious health problems and a deterioration in physical state, with no one around to respond. Situations like this require immediate medical help. Current monitoring solutions such as cameras, invade privacy and create a sense of discomfort in the home. Wearables and fall alert wristbands make many users feel self conscious, and old, and can be ineffective if the user forgets or refuses to wear them.

Vayyar, based in Israel, is bringing its revolutionary product to European partners. The company’s sensors use radio wave technology to create a 4D real-time image that tracks, displays and evaluates everything that happens in the home or care facility. Vayyar’s technology immediately and automatically notifies a designated caregiver or emergency responders in the event of a fall and identifies deterioration in health and breathing patterns.

Vayyar’s technology also offers a breakthrough solution for professional medical and assisted living facilities by preventing and detecting falls. Patients in hospitals and nursing homes can be monitored without cameras, to ensure their privacy is respected. In addition, Vayyar’s fall detection tracks vitals and behavior patterns to help determine if a patient’s health is showing signs of deterioration. This information can be used for pre-emptive predicting and alerting of patients exhibiting early stage signs of being at risk of falls or injuries. With this technology in hand, significant stress is relieved from nursing and medical staff, while enhancing the security and safety of the facility.

This smart home solution also detects irregular activity in the house, offering perimeter protection and intruder alerts. In the event of a fire, the new sensors are able to inform emergency responders of the location and condition of occupants. Learn more at

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Vayyar (from the Hebrew term: “to see”) was founded as an imaging company in 2011, when they developed a fast and cost-effective method to detect early-stage breast cancer. Since then, their mission has been to make advanced imaging devices available to the general public. Visit Vayyar at IFA’s ShowStoppers, in Hall 25, Booth 244.

Vayyar: The world’s most advanced System on a Chip for mmWave 3D imaging

Vayyar’s sensor creates high-resolution images based on advanced RF technology. It integrates an unprecedented number of transceivers and an advanced DSP to produce images with high-resolution contour and high accuracy. Our devices, either stand-alone or integrated, are opening new capabilities in various markets including smart home, security, automotive, retail, elderly care and more. 

Our sensors are able to create a 3D image of everything happening in your home in real-time.

We can monitor people presence, location, posture and vital signs with no optics or wearables. We are also able to detect a fall, intruders on the premises, and people presence during emergency situations, all of this can be incorporated into a smart home to make your home appliances smarter and more proactive.

Vayyar’s sensor technology is currently being applied in a wide range of verticals including. Smart Home, Security, Robotics, Consumer Electronics, Automotive, Production Lines, Elderly Care and Fall detection in the home and more. The unique benefits to Vayyar technology is that it is compact, low power and lightweight- the full module can fit into a matchbox! Our RF sensors provide “Superman Vision” providing the ability to see inside and through objects. Because we our sensors do not need cameras or optics, we protect an individual’s privacy with the highest data minimization standards. Our technology is robust, and is not influenced by lighting or weather conditions.  Vayyar Imaging is changing the market for imaging and sensing with its cutting edge 3D imaging sensor technology.