The annual CEDES Sales Meeting was held late February at the company headquarters in Landquart, Switzerland. From the product side, two key highlights formed the center of interest at this years’ venue.
The range of light barriers has been expanded with the launch of ELS 400. Thanks to the extremely compact design, an operating range of 5 m and the prepared mounting holes, the new ELS offers the possibility of integration into door profiles, even when space is limited. Optionally, double-sided adhesive tape can be used for mounting.
The newly launched radar sensor RDS 100 is a very reliable door activation sensor for all types of automatic door systems. In the wide monitoring area, approaching persons and objects are detected effectively and reliably. Thanks to the individually adjustable and large detection area of up to 4 m x 2 m along with a mounting height of 2.2 m, it is also suitable for industrial doors.
Investment in AI, artificial intelligence, is growing fast and omnipresent in all kind of machinery. After IoT “has connected” machines with machines and with human beings, AI is using those data to create intelligent results and dedicated measures. This helps machines to understand and to resolve situations autonomously.
Word of our global premier launch at BAU 2019 in Munich must really have got around: There was great interest in our concept study of the 3D sensor TOFswing/AD, the world's smallest sensor for safeguarding automatic swing doors.
5 year warranty for all cegard/Mini-CC systems with 36 elements
CEDES has been producing high-quality light curtains for the protection of elevator doors since 1990. True to our slogan «The Sensor Pioneers», we have been continuously revising our technology and production processes. Our goal is ambitious: We want to be the industry leader in technology and quality and remain so in the future.