LiDAR Tech Keeps Propelling AVs Forward

Cepton Technologies will be providing Koito Manufacturing Co., Ltd. with its miniaturized LiDAR solution for autonomous driving.  The compact design of Cepton’s high performance LiDAR sensors enables direct integration into a vehicle’s lighting system without impacting its sleek design. With its Micro-Motion Technology (MMTTM) platform, Cepton’s LiDAR sensors enable vehicles to recognize and track objects from all four corners for a true 3D image of its surrounding environment.

 

MMTTM LiDAR sensors rely on technology free of mechanical rotation and frictional wear, producing high-resolution imaging of a vehicle’s surroundings to detect objects at a distance up to 300 meters away. A tier-one automotive lighting supplier, Koito is looking for a variety of sensors to meet the growing demand for autonomous vehicles. Koito is interested in the potential of the miniaturized LiDAR solution developed by Cepton, and with the customized LiDAR shipment, Koito is pursuing verification of its functionality, performance and reliability. For deeper insights, visit Cepton Technologies and Koito Manufacturing Co.

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