Ouster's LiDAR Lineup Aids Industrial and Smart Infrastructure

Jan. 31, 2023
The REV7 LiDAR family can handle applications from automotive ADAS to industrial robots.

Ouster CTO Mark Frichtl demonstrated the company’s REV7 LiDAR family and applications in which they can be used at CES 2023. As an example, Luke Renner, Cyngn’s director of marketing, explained that components like Ouster’s LiDAR were used to develop Cyngn’s DriveMod Kit, which can be attached to the Columbia Stockchaser.

Other technologies on display were Ouster’s DF Series LiDAR for automotive detection and Ouster Gemini, a cloud-backed digital perception platform for crowd analytics and security.

This video originally appeared in Electronic Design, an affiliate publication to Power & Motion.

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