LiDAR Solution Delivers High Performance With An Attractive Price Tag

Innoviz Technologies unveils InnovizPro, an after-market LiDAR solution designed for testing and R&D of autonomous driving technology. The company has entered into an agreement with Jabil, a product solutions company providing comprehensive electronics design, production and product management services, to mass produce the product.

 

InnovizPro uses Innoviz’s patent-pending sensor technologies and proprietary architecture for object detection. The product will enable auto manufacturers, shared mobility companies, autonomous driving technology companies and Tier 1 suppliers to conduct effective development and testing of autonomous driving technology.

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Earlier this year, Innoviz unveiled InnovizOne. Both InnovizOne and InnovizPro offer high-definition intelligent 3D sensing to provide an accurate and reliable scan of a vehicle’s surroundings. The devices will leverage Innoviz’s proprietary System, MEMS and Detector design to deliver superior performance to existing LiDAR solutions, even in challenging environments such as night-time, bright sunlight and varying weather conditions. In addition, the company’s proprietary solid-state design introduces a device without mechanical moving parts compared to traditional LiDAR, enabling Innoviz to offer a smaller product footprint at mass market price. For further info, visit http://www.innoviz.tech and http://www.jabil.com

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