A diverse array of sensors and technology is available to enable the automation of moving vehicle platforms in open, uncontrolled environments.

These systems must function effectively around the clock, navigating outdoors day and night in all weather conditions. Various sensing modalities are critical to these systems, including Radar, LiDAR, ultrasonic, and vision cameras, each contributing unique data sets to the automotive
sensing system.

LUCID’s latest white paper compares common sensing technologies used in automotive applications, addresses their associated challenges.

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