The innovator of the ground-breaking Spectrum-Scan LiDAR technology for autonomous vehicles, Baraja, has partnered with a significant automotive OEM to promote the development of its next-generation Spectrum HD25 LiDAR solution designed for automotive integration. Baraja and its partner, Tier 1 automotive supplier Veoneer, entered the partnership to hasten the scale necessary for automotive integration.
By bringing together top experts in automotive safety and demonstrating that Spectrum HD25 has backing from Tier One, OEMs, and partners, the advanced development agreement represents a significant advancement for the automotive integration of the Spectrum HD25 product. According to the deal, Baraja will move on to developing Spectrum HD25.
Spectrum HD25 marks a generational leap for automotive LiDAR, built on Baraja’s proprietary Spectrum-Scan solid-state scanning platform, which was designed from the ground up to completely rethink how cars see the world around them to enable true autonomy. The LiDAR system enables the range, resolution and performance required for true autonomy, without the traditional trade-offs faced by other legacy LiDAR technologies. Spectrum HD25 delivers the world’s first LiDAR system combining per-point Doppler capability at the hardware level, with Spectrum-Scan and Random Modulation Continuous Wave (RMCW) ranging method to deliver unparalleled performance and accuracy at range and speed.
“Veoneer has spent extensive time evaluating engineering samples of Baraja’s LiDAR technology. This will now include per-point Doppler as we prepare for testing of the Spectrum HD25 production systems. This is a big milestone for Baraja as we continue to solidify the power of our technology for automotive scale. Our ongoing partnership with Veoneer and cooperation with a global car company have been instrumental in our success and we look forward to all that’s to come in the near future.”
said Joseph Notaro, Chief Commercial Officer, Baraja.
“Veoneer initially chose to partner with Baraja after extensively evaluating 70 LiDAR technology companies globally. Baraja was selected based on the robust technology and product roadmap that lends itself to be among the smallest-size LiDAR technology to enable large scale, vehicle integration,”
says Emil Hällstig, SVP Product Area lidar, Veoneer.
Since partnering, Baraja and Veoneer have worked together closely and developed a strong partnership to supply LiDAR technology to global car companies.
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