Vayyar Imaging Expands Global Footprint with New Japan Office

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Vayyar Imaging is set to open a new office in Tokyo as the company intensifies its advanced engagements with leading enterprises in APAC.

Vayyar Imaging is set to open a new office in Tokyo, Japan, as the company intensifies its advanced engagements with leading enterprises. Vayyar Imaging Japan LLC will spearhead the company’s continued expansion in the APAC region, primarily in the senior care and automotive industries.

The newly assembled team is comprised of experts from across the senior care, automotive and semiconductor sectors. The office will specialize in business development, system application and marketing.

Vayyar’s senior care solutions are deployed in facilities and private homes around the world, providing real-time activity monitoring that supports automatic fall detection and a wide range of behavioral insights, enabling person-centered care.

Sensors mounted on walls or ceilings constantly monitor the surroundings, delivering exceptional resolution across an ultra-wide field of view in all conditions, including pitch darkness and even dense steam, making them ideal for use in bathrooms and bedrooms where privacy, as well as safety, is key.

The solution’s multifunctionality allows facilities to reduce the number of single-purpose sensors installed in residents’ rooms, providing rich data that creates a comprehensive view of health and wellbeing.

“Establishing an office in Japan is a vital step in our global expansion, enabling us to deepen our existing relationships with many of the world’s leading healthcare and automotive players and to redefine numerous other verticals,” said Raviv Melamed, Vayyar Co-founder and CEO. “We look forward to continuing our close collaborations with Japanese partners, improving safety using best-in-class imaging radar technology.”

Vayyar’s automotive platform enables cost-effective advanced safety applications across the in-cabin monitoring systems (ICMS), ADAS/ARAS, and AV domains. Built around a high-performance radar-on-chip array of up to 48 transceivers, it delivers exceptional resolution across an ultra-wide field of view in all road conditions, while protecting user privacy.

 

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