Solid state lidar-based perception systems developer AEye have provided their AE110 system as an integrated component in the Hella demonstration vehicle being presented at IAA.
Lumotive, the Bill Gates-funded startup developing lidar systems for autonomous vehicles, and Himax Display, a subsidiary of Himax Technologies, will collaborate on beam steering technology in lidar systems that integrates Himax’s LCoS (liquid crystal on silicon)
Optimus Ride, a self-driving vehicle technology company who describe their mission as transforming mobility, will soon be operating their self-driving systems in four U.S. states. And now it’s been decided: their entire fleet will use Velodyne’s lidar sensors.
Velodyne have introduced their new, compact Puck 32MR™ sensor to address key markets in the autonomous-systems industry. It’s said to be a cost-effective perception solution for low speed autonomous markets including industrial vehicles, robotics,
IPG Automotive have launched version 8.0 of their CarMaker virtual testing suite with new integration of lidar raw signal interface (RSI), a physical sensor model based on ray tracing for detailed lidar sensor modelling. This completes the list of physical sensor
Laser Components got started in 1982 in Germany as a company for the sale and production of lasers and optoelectronics components and laser diodes for next-generation lidar. The group have five sales organisations and four production facilities,
Yole Développment expect autonomous driving to have a huge impact on lidar technology and the related industries, as described in their report, “Lidar for Automotive and Industrial Applications 2019”.
|2018-2024 Lidar market forecast by application (Yole 2019)|
Following the global autonomous driving technology development, lidar companies worldwide are speeding up their business expansion all around the world. This past June, Germany-based lidar sensor maker Ibeo established a wholly-owned U.S.
AV sensing startup Luminar say their latest automotive lidar platform, called “Iris”, will be launched commercially on production vehicles in 2022 for less than $1,000.
The firm claim Iris as the first sensing platform to ‘exceed the essential performance, safety,