Osram's new LiDAR lasers allow autonomous vehicles to “see” farther and more effectively

Osram's new LiDAR lasers allow autonomous vehicles to “see” farther and more effectively

Two new infrared high-power SMT components for LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) applications extend options for system developers

Today, only a few future topics are discussed as profoundly as autonomous driving. The majority of system providers are convinced that there is no way around LiDAR when it comes to advancing autonomous driving.

Osram has been a market leader in the development and production of these special infrared lasers for over 15 years. There are now more than ten million units in the field – without a single chip defect.

With the world's first AEC-Q102 qualified four-channel and single-channel pulse laser, system developers can now choose from an even greater variety of infrared components from Osram. The two new products offer a convincing performance of 125 Watt per channel and an efficiency of up to 33 percent.

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