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Robosense Announces First Public Road Test for LiDAR

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Jan. 9, 2020—RoboSense announced the world’s first public road test of a vehicle equipped with a Smart LiDAR Sensor at CES 2020. 

The road tests showcase the alleged advantages of RoboSense’s RS-LiDAR-M1 smart LiDAR as compared to other LiDAR, including:

  • RS-LiDAR-M1 Features: The final serial production version of the RS-LiDAR-M1 Smart will include additional functions, such as automatic calibration, window fog detection, sleep mode, and automatic wake-up to allegedly further improve autonomous driving feasibility and safety, saving time on maintenance.
  • 128 Laser Beam System & Fastest Mass-produced Short-range LiDAR for Blind Spot Detection:  This super high-performance 128-beam LiDAR RS-Ruby possesses an ultra-high resolution of 0.1 degree, capable of object image detail with near pixel-level scanning. The RS-BPearl, the first mass-produced short-range LiDAR for blind-spot detection, reaches the minimum detection range of less than several centimeters, with hemispheric FOV coverage of 90 degrees * 360 degrees, which not only precisely identifies objects around the vehicle’s body, but can also detect the actual height information in particular scenarios, such as with bridge tunnels and culverts.


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