Bosch completes sensor portfolio for automated driving: Page 2 of 2

January 06, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Bosch completes sensor portfolio for automated driving
After a long period of abstinence, Bosch is now entering into the development of lidar sensors for automated driving. According to the company, its lidar sensor will be able to detect both close range and longer distances, thus covering automated driving at SAE levels 3 to 5 in both urban driving scenarios and on the highway.

The company also expects that economies of scale will soon enable it to offer mass-market lidar sensors at a correspondingly low price. However, late entrants will have to hurry up with their development: In the CES environment, several lidar sensors were presented at prices that could put considerable pressure on the market structure. The Chinese manufacturer RoboSense, for example, announced a complete lidar sensor platform including suitable software for less than 2000 dollars. And the American lidar top dog Velodyne even plans to launch a sensor at a price of 100 dollars by the middle of the year.


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