SigmaSense Opens a New Era of Innovation

Where others see chaos and noise, we are finding answers Rick Seger, CEO, SigmaSense At SigmaSense, we believe creativity when coupled with true science, perfect math, and amazing software can solve some of the world’s most difficult challenges. Software defined sensing accelerates the intelligent exchange of data between the digital and physical worlds using a […]

Direct-to-Digital, A Better Way to Sense the World

Eric Smith, Executive Advisor, SigmaSense Have you ever tried to build a high-resolution data acquisition system, only to find that most of the signal of interest is buried in a sea of various noise sources? These noise sources will ultimately determine your practical Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR). But in order to sense the world around us, […]

New Expectations in the Automotive Cockpit Propel HMI Innovation

Steve Sedaker, SVP Automotive, SigmaSense The proliferation of mobile devices employing touch in everyday activities sets user expectations for smooth touch in any environment. Yet user expectations for interface, robustness and simple reliability are still lagging in new vehicle implementations. Compared to mobile phones, touch response in larger screens is sluggish, often limited to single-finger […]

Long Line Sensing without Limits

Long line sensing

True pillar-to-pillar sensing with features defined in software Steve Sedaker, SVP, Automotive As the average size of displays in automobiles grow, so does the need for sensing across the larger viewing surfaces with seamless and programmable touch support outside the display area. Large area touch surfaces with programmable controls are redefining HMI for the cockpit. […]


The importance of SNR in real life Gerald Morrison, CTO, SigmaSense Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is a key factor in every aspect of life. It is defined as the scientific measure that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise or to quantify how much a signal has been […]