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The Spectrum-Scan lidar from Baraja Pty. Ltd. uses prism-like optics and shifting wavelengths of light to create powerful optics for autonomous vehicles.

The system pairs a wavelength-tunable laser with prism-like optics address the scalability, reliability, and performance issues that have challenged automakers. Spectrum-Scan technology enables the lidar to deliver high performance and long range in a system built from simple industrialized components, greatly improving automotive reliability versus competing technologies. With a flexible, modular design that simplifies integration into the vehicle, the lidar allows autonomous vehicles to smartly control and adjust scan patterns in real time to adapt to complex, dynamic road conditions.

The compact, modular system connects via fiber optics and delivers the high level of performance demanded by the autonomous vehicle industry using off-the-shelf components such as the optical-grade silica glass found in smartphone cameras and telecommunication-grade internet lasers.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2018

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