LiDAR

LiDAR in agriculture

LiDAR

The beginnings of LiDAR – A time travel back in history

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Object Recognition

Head in the (point) clouds

LiDAR

At the heart of sensors – MEMS technology for LiDAR

LiDAR

How to reduce congestion in cities

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LiDAR

LiDAR in agriculture

LiDAR can help agriculture increase yields and use land more efficiently through detailled monitoring. The technology is thus preparing the agricultural sector for the future.

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LiDAR

The beginnings of LiDAR – A time travel back in history

Lidar technology emerged already in the 60s and has evolved from application in aeronautics and aerospace to areas of environment detection such as autonomous driving today.

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Object Recognition

Head in the (point) clouds

What happens after a LiDAR sensor has collected data? How is information generated from point clouds that can be used to implement applications like crowd management?

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LiDAR

At the heart of sensors – MEMS technology for LiDAR

In order to meet automotive requirements, LiDARs need to be highly performant and scalable. MEMS-based LiDARs are a suitable solution. But how is the size of the mirrors defined?

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How to reduce congestion in cities

Congestion is a major problem in cities worldwide – integrating LiDAR sensors into the infrastructure can optimize traffic flow with the help of precise 3D data.

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MEMS mirrors enable LiDAR sensors for the mass market

LiDARs have struggled with problems such as performance, robustness and scalability. Blickfeld’s technology ensures mass market readiness for LiDARs.