LiDAR technology has been a revelation for many sensor-based applications but has also been the focus of many myths and false presumptions. We have rounded up the most common myths and debunked them in this two-part blog series.
February 17, 2021
LiDAR in Security Applications – A Game Changer
LiDAR in security applications can act as a much-needed breakthrough for the outdated legacy systems. Learn how LiDAR operates in a security system, its typical applications, and what makes it stand out from other sensors.
January 20, 2021
What applications are enabled by defining a zone in a point cloud?
LiDAR enables applications in a wide variety of fields – we often write that. But what do these applications actually look like? We present five different possible applications based on a specific software feature.
January 7, 2021
Demystifying LiDAR – An overview of LiDAR technology, its types, and key applications
LiDAR is the latest buzzword in the world of autonomous vehicles, but how exactly does the technology work? How many types are there? Why use LiDAR instead of any other sensor?
August 19, 2020
It won’t work without LiDAR!
Since Elon Musk claimed that LiDAR is not needed for autonomous driving, there has been a very lively discussion in the industry. Will it work without LiDARs? Are cameras enough to safely bring autonomous driving onto the streets?
July 14, 2020
The next step in autonomous driving
Cars can already park themselves today – but what comes next? Automated highway driving or the possibility of taking a nap at the wheel? What does German legislation look like and what do the users want?
July 1, 2020
Sensor fusion – key components for autonomous driving
For vehicles to be able to drive autonomously, they must perceive their surroundings with the help of sensors: An overview of camera, radar, ultrasonic and LiDAR sensors.
June 17, 2020
Five levels to autonomy
The development stages up to the autonomous vehicle are divided into five levels. What does this classification look like and how are the individual levels characterized?