TriLumina's new powerful illumination modules accelerate the development of low cost LiDAR sensor systems for a wide variety of applications on any vehicle platform. TriLumina's illumination modules replace the expensive, bulky scanning LiDARs being used in today's autonomous vehicle demonstration programs with high resolution and long-range sensing in a small, robust and cost-effective package, enabling the successful commercial deployment of semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles.
According to Brian Wong, CEO of TriLumina, "TriLumina's illumination modules address some of the most difficult technical hurdles facing solid state LiDAR development. At TriLumina, we are building complete Illumination modules with our patented, back-emitting, flip-chip VCSEL arrays and driver circuits to provide the highest efficiency and most powerful illumination solutions available. The 3D solid-state LiDAR solutions presented at CES will demonstrate the incredible capabilities of our laser solutions and how they can be rapidly deployed to enable new signal processing capabilities such as those in the LeddarCore ICs."
Customers, partners, and members of the press may request a demonstration of TriLumina's laser illumination solutions and the opportunity to meet with TriLumina's senior management team during CES2017 at CES@trilumina.com.
TriLumina has developed eye-safe semiconductor lasers enabling market-leading laser illuminator solutions. TriLumina's technology accelerates the automotive industry's adoption of semi-autonomous and autonomous vehicles by providing lasers for 100 percent solid-state LiDAR products and Advance Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and depth sensing for industrial robotics, commercial and consumer electronics markets. TriLumina Corp. is headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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