Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) will be a critical enabler for highly automated or perhaps self-driving cars. The 1D Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) Micro-Scanning LiDAR detects obstacles within a predetermined Field-of-View (FoV).
An overview of automobile light detection and ranging (LIDAR) technology and solutions for future autonomous driving systems. LIDAR, also known as time of flight (ToF), laser scanners, or laser radar, is a sensing method that identifies and records the distances between objects.
MEMS LiDAR is a quasi-mechanical version of LiDAR in which the laser does not physically move, but MEMS mirrors are moved to steer and modulate the laser while the rest of the system remains fixed.
The Global Automotive MEMS LiDAR Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
YITOA Micro Technology Announces the Release of its Second-Generation MEMS Mirror IC for Automotive LiDAR The MEMS Mirror IC was created by YITOA Micro Technology Corporation for usage in Automotive LiDAR. The corporation will begin sending out samples.
The Solid-State LiDAR with MEMS Mirror is expected to be one of the most effective methods for realising the LiDAR function.
It is projected to popularise Automotive LiDAR by realising compact, high reliability, and low cost devices that were difficult to realise using the mechanical method of Rotating LiDAR.The company’s own technology and equipment were employed to build this second-generation MEMS Mirror IC, CG0006AR, which is intended to be used by clients worldwide.
YITOA Micro Technology is also working on a new MEMS IC with reduced dimensions and a smaller mirror diameter for AR Smart Glass, HUD, and Pico Projectors, and will begin shipping samples once development is complete.
CG0006AR Electromagnetic MEMS Mirror for Automotive LiDAR Mirror Specifications 4mm diameter Dual axis (X and Y) 60×30° field of view Integrated Angular Sensor with Temperature Sensor Size of the package: 24x22x6.6mm In addition, the company is working on considerably smaller and lower-cost MEMS Mirrors for use in AR Smart Glass, HUD, and Pico Projectors with Laser Beam Scanning systems.
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