MEMS-Based LiDAR Balances Performance And Cost

Innoviz Technologies unveils InnovizPro, a stand-alone, solid-state, MEMS-based scanning LiDAR solution promising the most accurate and reliable performance of any LiDAR sensor available on the market today. It is promoted as the only LiDAR currently available that delivers on all the automotive industry’s needs for performance, reliability, cost, compact size and, and product maturity. Now available for purchase, InnovizPro allows Innoviz’s partners in the automotive industry to test and develop the next generation of autonomous driving programs reliably and affordably. Moreover, the current availability of InnovizPro opens the door for Innoviz to tap into additional markets, including industrial automation, security and surveillance, logistics and others.

 

The product’s high frame rate, combined with its high angular resolution and wide field of view, enables it to create a dense 3D point cloud with high accuracy. Meanwhile, its long detection range of up to 150 meters allows it to see with precise clarity at distance. Combined, these features enable InnovizPro to deliver superior accuracy even in the dark of night, cases of bright sunlight or quickly changing weather, and when the vehicle is traveling at highway speeds. Its advanced design also allows fine-tuning of regions of interest and ensures reliability and resilience to sunlight. Learn more with a visit to Innoviz Technologies.

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