Lidar is designed for high resolution circular assessment of the surrounding area and distance measurement at any time of the day and in any weather conditions. Lidar is a part of the technical vision subsystems of ADAS systems or autopilot in unmanned systems. Supports ADAS driver assistance systems that has from 3 to 5 levels of autonomy.
Robotics, automotive industry, rail transport and UAV.
In combination with other sensors of ADAS systems, the lidar provides detection of the surrounding objects, map development (for unmanned systems), semantic description of the surrounding space, collisions prevention warnings.
Prototyping and performance testing.
|Number of receiving channels based on silicon photomultipliers (SiMPs)||16|
|— at 90% reflectance of objects||100 m|
|— at 10% reflectance of objects||100 m|
|Accuracy||up to 8 cm|
|Horizontal visual field||80°|
|Vertical visual field||15°|
|Vertical angular resolution||0,5°|
|Multi-echo processing on the basis of correlated photons||up to 10 fps|
|Laser safety class (GOST IEC 60825-1-2013)||1|
|Mechanical and electrical characteristics|
|Supply voltage||12 V|
|Supply voltage range||8—14 V|
|Rated power consumption, max||12 W|
|Weight||up to 3 kg|
|Overall dimensions||≤180х110х150 mm|
|Impact resistance||100 m/s2|
|Vibration resistance||50 m/s2|
|Operating temperature||-40…+60 °C|
|Number of measurements per second||up to 100000|
|Data update time||50 ms|
|UDP packets contain information about ranges, channel numbers, and scan angles|
|CAN 2.0 SAE J1939-71 — Information parameters, self-diagnosis data, configuration|