Robosense to showcase solid-state LiDAR at CES
M1’s extra small size makes it convenient for front-loading in mass production models.
China-headquartered Robosense LiDAR a leading smart LiDAR sensor provider will exhibit its latest LiDAR solutions at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) on January 5-8, including RS-LiDAR M1 (M1), which it claims is the world's first mass-produced automotive grade MEMS solid-state LiDAR.
The M1 will be joined at the stand by RS-Helios, its newest-generation bespoke LiDAR. The company claims it is currently the only company in the world to have achieved mass-produced delivery of front-loading smart solid-state LiDAR. In 2021, RoboSense says it has earned a large number of pre-installed fixed-point project orders from auto companies around the world, including the GAC Aion, WM Motor, ZEEKR (a Geely holding company), Lotus Cars, and Inceptio Technology.
M1’s extra small size makes it convenient for front-loading in mass production models. It is equipped with a unique smart ‘GAZE’ function, which can dynamically and intelligently switch between far-field and near-field perception, substantially levelling up the performance of smart driving systems in different scenes.
The company says the M1 has also been recognised for its innovation excellence and contribution to advancing smart mobility, winning a prestigious 2021 Automotive News PACE Award and a 2021 CLEPA Award from the European Association of Automotive Suppliers. Robosense says it has a market share of 10% of the global automotive pre-installed market and ranks 1st in China and 2nd worldwide.
At CES 2022, RoboSense will exhibit its latest LiDAR products and technologies, including but not limited:
- RS-LiDAR-M1, SOP version automotive-grade solid-state LiDAR
- RS-HELIOS-5515, super-wide vertical FoV LiDAR
- RS-Bpearl, industrial unique design blind spot LiDAR
- RS-Ruby, upgraded 128-beam mechanical LiDAR
- RS-Ruby Lite, upgraded 80-beam mechanical LiDAR
- RS-Reference, full-stalk ground truth reference system
- Also read: RoboSense annouces first public road test of vehicle with smart LiDAR
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