Sensing and perception technologies are getting more advanced to support the development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies. Lidar stands for light detection and ranging and is based on laser beams for scanning a vehicle’s surrounding. Because of technical advantages over other sensing technologies, lidar sensors are experiencing increased adoption by automotive OEMs and autonomous driving companies.
This report provides a comprehensive study of the automotive lidar sensors market while discussing the various levels of automation. It also outlines and discusses the various lidar technology types and includes a component-level summary of the lidar structure and its working principle.
The research study also includes a market analysis of the automotive lidar sensors, along with global demand including volume and revenue forecasts. This report aims at providing in-depth coverage of the automotive lidar value chain highlighting the key suppliers and their competitive landscape. An OEM commentary section is also included. It throws light on the strategic developments undertaken by top OEMs to integrate lidar sensors within their vehicles and gain a strong foothold in the autonomous vehicle landscape.
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Major connected gateway suppliers profiled in this report include AEye, Blickfeld, Continental, DENSO, Hesai, Innoviz, IBEO, Infineon, LeddarTech, Lumotive, Ouster, Quanergy, Pioneer, Phantom Intelligence, Pioneer, TriLumina, Valeo, Velodyne, Waymo, XenomatikLear, Harman, Aptiv and Valeo among others.