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Wednesday 17th April 2019
The companies and their products include:• Ouster – a US company making LiDAR sensors for robotics, drones, surveying, automation and autonomous vehicles• NavTech Radar – a UK company making advanced Radar sensors for autonomous vehicles, perimeter security and transport monitoring• Telemecanique – a French-owned company making Ultrasonic sensors used in automation, autonomous vehicles, manufacturing and robotics• Applus Idiada – a Spanish company that has developed its first external-facing product in the UK, a dedicated Processing platform for industrial automation, autonomous vehicles and sensor development• Quantum – a US company with specialist Data storage solutions for autonomous vehicles and mobile robotics
Friday 29th March 2019
Velodyne has shipped a cumulative total of 30,000 LiDAR sensors with a total value of half a billion dollars. This achievement underscores Velodyne’s LiDAR market leadership and ability to deliver a broad portfolio of lidar sensor products at mass production levels.
Wednesday 27th March 2019
Picture credit: McLaren health sensors. McLaren
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Sunday 17th March 2019
RoboSense, a provider of LiDAR perception technology solutions, has announced that it has provided cold-resistant all-weather LiDAR for the world’s first autonomous driving shuttle bus for all weather conditions, Gacha.
Wednesday 13th March 2019
Monday 25th February 2019
SFU Mechatronic Systems Engineering professor Woo Soo Kim is collaborating with Swiss researchers to develop an eco-friendly 3D-printable solution for producing wireless Internet of Things sensors.
Monday 25th February 2019
Addresses the need for 400 Gigabit Ethernet short reach transceivers and active optical cables in data centres
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Saturday 23rd February 2019
BASELABS Create Embedded is the new tool for the development of embedded data fusion systems for automated driving functions.
Tuesday 12th February 2019
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Tuesday 5th February 2019
Denselight subsidiary announces two new high-performance 1650nm lasers
Monday 4th February 2019
Quantum sensor for nuclear magnetic resonance. Credit: Jorge Casanova. UPV/EHU
Tuesday 29th January 2019
Thomas Brand from Analog Devices explains the demands on sensors for future servicing

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