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Aeva to Demonstrate 4D LiDAR Technology For Industrial Applications at CES 2023

AEVA, a leader in next-generation sensing and perception systems, has announced it will demonstrate its award-winning 4D LiDAR technology for the automotive industry and industrial applications at the CES 2023 exhibition, taking place January 5-8, 2023 in Las Vegas.

Experience Aeries™ II in Action, Industry’s Most Advanced 4D LiDAR

At Aeva’s booth, visiters can see a live point cloud of Aeries II 4D LiDAR demonstrating Aeva’s unique ability to directly measure velocity for each point of detection in addition to 3D position. Aeva’s proprietary velocity data allows automated vehicles to understand precisely how fast objects are moving, bringing an added dimension of safety and reliability to vehicle automation.

Demo drives hosted by Aeva will tour the streets of Las Vegas with real-time point cloud visualizations of 4D LiDAR data showcasing the additional benefits of Aeva’s technology including long range performance, Ultra Resolution™ and immunity to interference.

Groundbreaking 4D LiDAR-on-Chip Technology

Aeva is shaping the future of sensing and perception with its 4D LiDAR-on-chip technology that incorporates all key sensor components onto a silicon photonics module. The compact design uses no fiber optics, resulting in a highly automated manufacturing process that meets the sensing and perception needs of a wide variety of automation applications at scale. Aeva has previously announced relationships with Nikon and Sick to bring 4D-LiDAR technology to industrial measurement and sensing markets.

Aeva’s mission is to bring the next wave of perception to a broad range of applications from automated driving to industrial robotics, consumer electronics, consumer health, security and beyond. Aeva is transforming autonomy with its groundbreaking sensing and perception technology that integrates all key LiDAR components onto a silicon photonics chip in a compact module. Aeva 4D LiDAR sensors uniquely detect instant velocity in addition to 3D position, allowing autonomous devices like vehicles and robots to make more intelligent and safe decisions.

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