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SHENZHEN, China, May 3, 2019 — Short-Range Lidar RS-Bpearl from RoboSense is a short-range lidar designed specifically for the detection of blind spots in autonomous driving.

Loaded with innovative signal processing technology, RS-Bpearl is able to detect objects within a few cm, plus a 360° × 90° wide field of view. Its disruptive modular design dramatically reduces costs while making the product more flexible, compact, and customizable.
May 2019

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ProductsRS-BpearlRoboSenseshort-range lidarlidarSensors & DetectorslasersAutonomous drivingAsia-Pacific

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