lidar

MIM scanners

Precision Laser Scanning has introduced its compact MIM (Motor In Mirror) scanners for autonomous vehicle lidar systems

The rise and rise of VCSELs

VCSELs are known for their size, reliability, volume scalability and cost effectiveness. With more industries catching on to their potential, it’s no wonder the VCSEL market is forecast to be $3.1bn in four years, says Keely Portway

Lighting up the road

Various lidar companies are finding ways to meet the huge challenges automotive applications present. Jessica Rowbury discovers Luminar’s approach, and decisions made in designing their system

Thin Film Interference Filters for LIDAR

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Driven by a multitude of new applications, LIDAR is becoming more efficient, affordable, and accessible than ever. Recent technological advancements have seen dramatically increased accuracy and resolution, even in systems that are small enough to be discretely hidden within the side mirrors of self-driving cars. Thin-film interference filters have kept up with the technology through state-of-the-art design and coating techniques, advanced measurement systems, tight uniformity control, and minimal thermal dependence.

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