Velodyne scans a route into the ADAS market

The LiDAR supplier's plans for an “aggressive” entry into the ADAS market make it a mobility unicorn to watch in 2019. By Xavier Boucherat

Competition in the LiDAR segment has been heating up in recent years. The debate around the laser-based technology’s necessity for self-driving vehicles seems largely settled, with only a few dissenting voices remaining – Elon Musk, for example, still held as recently as February 2018 that cameras and radar were enough to get the job done. But preparing the technology for serial production remains a challenge: cost remains the primary concern, and efforts continue to ensure the technology can truly give a self-driving vehicle the vision it needs.

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