Long-range lidar targets ADAS, autonomous cars

September 10, 2019 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Long-range lidar targets ADAS, autonomous cars
Cepton Technologies has introduced a new lidar sensor model. Combining high resolution, an enhanced field of view and a long range, the Vista-X120 is designed for the needs of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous applications.

Vista-X120 offers a 120° horizontal field of view (FOV), 0.15° angular resolution and a maximum detection range of up to 200 meters at 10% reflectivity, delivering best-in-class lidar solution for ADAS and autonomous vehicles (AVs), and well suited for smart machines used in other autonomous applications.

Powered by Cepton’s patented Micro Motion Technology (MMT), Vista-X120 builds upon the existing Vista-P60 product. This frictionless beam-steering architecture also makes the Vista-X120 highly rugged and durable, making it an ideal choice for high performance, high reliability applications.

The sensor’s compact, embeddable design makes it possible to seamlessly integrate the device into vehicles and smart machines. By leveraging a common core technology optimized for power and cost, the Vista-X120 enables high volume price points in the hundreds of dollars for mass market automotive applications.

Moreover, Vista-X120 can be combined with Cepton’s Helius llidar perception software, enabling advanced object detection and perception capabilities for autonomous applications.


More information:  https://www.cepton.com/vistax.html


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