Seattle, WA – January 7, 2021 – Lumotive, a leading developer of scalable, solid-state LiDAR systems, and market research company Yole Développement today announced the “LiDAR: One Size Does Not Fit All” webinar to be hosted and moderated by leading industry publication LiDAR News on January 21, 2021 at 11:00 AM, Eastern time.
Ideal for developers of smartphones and industrial or automotive products that can benefit from 3D sensing, this free webinar will discuss:
● How to address the ‘holy grail’ of performance, cost and size challenges of LiDAR for different applications
● Tradeoffs among LiDAR approaches from mechanical spinners and MEMs to flash to solid-state
● How a standard CMOS approach can help scale LiDAR solutions to meet specific form-factors
● How liquid crystal metasurfaces (LCMs) hold the key to delivering ranges from 10 m to 250 m
● The benefits of ‘software defined LiDAR’ to meet design requirements
Webinar speakers include:
● Bill Colleran, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CEO at Lumotive
● Alexis Debray, Ph.D., Technology and Market Analyst at Yole Développement
● Gene V. Roe, Ph.D., Founder and CEO at LiDAR News
Webinar registration is open now at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jW_Dq8NbToeY0E0oPVExKQ.
Founded in 2018, Lumotive is a leader in solid-state, 3D-sensing systems, developing high-performance solutions for consumer electronics, industrial automation, robotics and automotive applications. The Seattle-based company’s LiDAR solutions leverage revolutionary beam-steering technology based on patented Liquid Crystal Metasurfaces™ to deliver an unprecedented combination of high performance (as measured by range, resolution and frame rate) and readiness for mass adoption (measured by cost, reliability and size). Lumotive’s random access beam-steering chips enable the industry’s first software-defined LiDAR with region-of-interest scanning, object tracking and advanced perception capabilities. Lumotive’s investors include Bill Gates. For more information, go to www.lumotive.com or to Twitter @LumotiveLidar.