Ouster and its partners are at CES Las Vegas from January 5-7, 2022 to showcase digital lidar for a safer, more sustainable future.
Industry observers have named lidar adoption as a trend to watch at CES, citing rapidly growing demand due to its numerous applications. Ouster and its partners are showcasing a strong roster of digital lidar applications for passenger and commercial vehicles, industrial automation, and smart cities.
Whether you’re attending virtually or just interested in learning more, follow along here for updates from the showfloor.
Check out our booth!
Ouster is exhibiting its recently unveiled DF series solid-state lidar sensors for high-volume automotive production programs, including Ouster’s breakthrough long-range sensor for automated driving and collision avoidance.
Ouster is also featuring its OS series scanning lidar powered by its new L2X chip in simulated fog, rain, and vibration test conditions to demonstrate performance, reliability, and durability in inclement weather and challenging operational environments.
See customer applications featured at CES!
Several Ouster customers are highlighting applications equipped with its digital lidar across the automotive, industrial, and robotics verticals at CES.
- Vecna Robotics is presenting its autonomous mobile robot (AMR) for warehouse and logistics operations in the Ouster booth.
- Robotic Research is showcasing its commercial autonomous driving technology in the LVCC Tech East, West Hall – Booth #3705.
- Perrone Robotics is offering rides and experiences in the AV Star shuttle and Local Motors Olli shuttle in the LVCC West Plaza Demonstration Area – Booth #W8.
Looking for integration or perception software solutions for your next project?
Select key partners are joining Ouster at CES to demonstrate hardware and software solutions that integrate the Company’s advanced digital lidar across a number of market-leading offerings.
- Danfoss is showcasing its PLUS +1(R) Autonomy, XM100 autonomous controller and PLUS+1(R) software for use across a broad range of mobile off-highway vehicles and equipment.
- Outsight has brought its Augmented Lidar Box, a unit that enables real-time processing of the lidar point-cloud and delivers key perception features for mapping, object detection, tracking, and more, allowing developers to seamlessly integrate lidar into a variety of applications.
- Cognata is demonstrating its testing and evaluation platform for self-driving vehicles through its large-scale automotive simulation solutions.
- Lux Modus is highlighting LuxGear, a simple, low-cost, self-contained data collection platform that can be mounted in several different configurations for 3D mapping projects, including transportation, powerline, rail, pipeline, agricultural, environmental and urban mapping.
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