Cepton’s 3,000-ft2 CES booth will feature live demonstrations of their full suite of automotive lidar solutions, as well as their collaborations with leading automotive partners.
Their booth will feature a Chevrolet Silverado and a Ford F-150 equipped with Cepton’s latest vehicle integration solutions; short- and long-range automotive lidars will be seamlessly embedded into multiple locations around the vehicles, including the headlamps, fog lamps, side mirrors, front grille, and tailgate.
Visitors can expect to see one of the industry’s first full, integrations of lidar technology into a vehicle’s lighting system. This involves a combination of Cepton’s automotive lidars embedded within headlamps and fog lamps to simultaneously enable near-range blind spot detection and long-range obstacle detection. Combined with a fully-integrated cleaning system from Koito, the state-of-the-art automotive lidar integration enables a dual-light self-cleaning mechanism to address real-life driving needs.
During CES, Cepton will also unveil their next-generation automotive lidar, the Vista-X120 Plus. With an unprecedented combination of ultraslim compact design; top-end performance; and real-time adaptive 3D perception, it is designed for today’s vehicles as well as the next generation of intelligent, electrified, and software-defined vehicles. Cepton has been recognised with a CES Innovation Award in the Vehicle Tech & Advanced Mobility category for this product. Cepton representatives will be available to share additional details about the Cepton Vista-X120 Plus, with product demonstrations available upon request.
Car integration is still a big topic for the lidar technology, and we see more and more proposals to integrate lidars around the car, including cleaning systems. This is a key issue to speed up lidar applications.