Why experts believe cheaper, better lidar is right around the corner | Ars Technica


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Time-of-flight versus frequency modulation Enlarge / GM's Cruise subsidiary recently acquired Strobe, a company that seems to be developing a lidar sensor based…
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11 days ago by jpfinley
On November 3, 2007, six vehicles made history by successfully navigating a simulated urban environment—and complying with California traffic laws—without a driver behind the wheel. via Pocket
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13 days ago by jolilius
Time-of-flight versus frequency modulation Enlarge / GM's Cruise subsidiary recently acquired Strobe, a company that seems to be developing a lidar sensor based…
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16 days ago by briansniffen
RT : I spent several weeks reporting this deep dive into how lidar tech works and where it's going.
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17 days ago by kousen
Time-of-flight versus frequency modulation Enlarge / GM's Cruise subsidiary recently acquired Strobe, a company that seems to be developing a lidar sensor based…
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17 days ago by liebo7
On November 3, 2007, six vehicles made history by successfully navigating a simulated urban environment—and complying with California traffic laws—without a driver behind the wheel.
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17 days ago by timothyarnold
RT : The pathway to $100 LIDAR:
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17 days ago by rtanglao
Time-of-flight versus frequency modulation Enlarge / GM's Cruise subsidiary recently acquired Strobe, a company that seems to be developing a lidar sensor based…
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18 days ago by breau