Velodyne Lidar Looks at ADAS
Lidar has become a major sensor option for tomorrow’s autonomous vehicles. But industry pioneer Velodyne Lidar also sees a more immediate market for lidar to support advanced driver assistance systems.
Lidar, says Senior Vice President Mircea Gradu, is “the ideal sensor” for such ADAS features as lane-keeping assist.
Gradu notes that Velodyne has recently shifted into mass-production mode after optimizing its lidar devices and ramping up capacity at a highly automated factory in California.
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