Contact person: Piotr Samczynski –

Location: Warsaw, Poland

Year of creation: 2018

Discover XY sensing activities with its promotional movie: (206) The XY-DemoRad – novel customized radar system developed by XY-Sensing Ltd. – YouTube

Type of technology:

Successful radar and radar imaging service and system provider:

  • Miniaturized radar for target detection, tracking and imaging,
  • Radar calibrators,
  • Synthetic Aperture Radars (SAR),
  • Inverse SAR
  • passive radars, passive coherent location (PCL) systems,
  • noise radars, multiple input, multiple-output radar, RF signal bearing, RF signal analyses.

Other possible applications of their technology:

  • Radar courses,
  • Traffic monitoring (air and ground),
  • Target imaging, target classification,
  • Automotive radar,
  • Drone detection,
  • Radionavigation,
  • Safety and Security,

Disruptive innovation (s) :

Small and compact radar solutions for target detection, tracking and imaging

Product solutions

  • Innovative Sensing Solutions
  • Modern Radar Techniques
  • High Resolution Radar Imaging
  • Customized Radar Products

Experience and/or interest in financing their product development through publicly funded projects:

XY-Sensing is a spin-off company of Warsaw University of Technology. The company has been created by Warsaw University Technology employees with deep experience in radar technology. The mission of XY-Sensing is to provide high level solutions in widely understood microwave sensing technology. The experience of XY-Sensing staff in development of advanced radar signal processing techniques includes imaging radars e.g. synthetic aperture radars, surveillance and tracking radars, passive and noise radars, among others. XY-Sensing staff have more than 30 years experience in developing digital signal processing methods in radar and telecommunications field.
XY-Sensing is interesting in developing new radar technologies based on the commercial cooperation with business partners as well  financing product development through publicly funded projects.