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Lidar Module

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Invisage Technologies Inc. has announced the Spark Micro-LiDAR SML20 module.

The previously announced Spark4K 13-MP, 1.1-µm NIR sensor enables the SML20 module to sense structured light patterns with high acuity at a range of 20 m, even in direct sunlight, allowing drones to self-navigate at a much higher speed. With a sensor module of 8.5 × 8.5 × 4.5 mm, the device is ultralight, compact and low power.

The SML20 is ideal for drones and other mobile autonomous devices that require a lighter, more power-efficient alternative to conventional lidar without the limitations of ultrasonic and stereo-camera depth sensing systems.

Photonics Spectra
Nov 2016

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