VCSEL Arrays Extending Applications in Consumer, Industrial and Automotive with Higher Levels of Integration

Jan 19, 2021
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About This Webinar
The world we live in is changing rapidly and technologies are emerging to adapt to this dynamic landscape. One such emerging and quickly evolving technology is Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL) arrays, which are opening new possibilities and deploying into myriad applications today. With Industry-standard housing dimensions, high reliability, and excellent performance over extended operational temperatures, VCSEL arrays are ideal for a variety of 3D sensing applications in the consumer, industrial and automotive industries.

Available in a broad range of wavelengths, output powers, and architectures customized for various application based on customer requirements, VCSEL arrays are providing the path to the future. In automotive applications, VCSEL arrays are optimized to enable short, medium, and long-range LiDAR systems in ADAS and autonomous driving solutions. Next generation driver monitoring systems (DMS) and gesture control for in-cabin applications are made possible by high-power, high-reliability 940 nm VCSEL arrays. In mobile devices, VCSELs are used for biometric security and augmented reality (AR), among other applications.

In this presentation, Matt Everett will cover how VCSEL arrays are enabling new 3D sensing and LiDAR applications.

***This presentation premiered during the 2021 Photonics Spectra Conference Lasers track. For information on upcoming Photonics Media events, see our event calendar here.

About the presenter:
Matt EverettMatt Everett is director of product line management for 3D Sensing products at Lumentum. He studied chemical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and obtained an MBA from Santa Clara University. Throughout his career, Everett has held several different positions within the semiconductor industry, specializing in lasers and light emitting diodes (LEDs) for a variety of applications. He is based in San Jose, CA.
VCSELsLasersSensors & DetectorsLasersLumentumlidar3D sensing
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