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Solid State Designs To Emerge In High Resolution LiDARs For Autonomous Vehicles

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Report Summary:

New high resolution LiDARs are beginning to enter the market to support semi-autonomous driving applications.  But Strategy Analytics believes that solid state sensor designs will supersede these mechanical-scanning LiDARs in the near future.  By deploying multiple sensors, their compact size, greater reliability and cost effectiveness, solid state LiDARs will be better able to support the fully-autonomous vehicles that could enter the market as early as the mid-2020s.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction
3. Timeframe
4. Supporting Technologies
5. Evolving Ecosystem
6. Current Mechanical Scanning Designs
        6.1.1 Velodyne
        6.1.2 Valeo
        6.1.3 Ibeo
        6.1.4 RoboSense
        6.1.5 Others
7. Solid State Designs
    7.1 Optical Phased Arrays
        7.1.1 Quanergy
    7.2 MEMS Micro-Mirrors
        7.2.1 Fujitsu
        7.2.2 Innoluce
        7.2.3 AEye
    7.3 Flash Lasers
        7.3.1 LeddarTech
        7.3.2 Continental
        7.3.3 Innoviz
        7.3.4 TetraVue
        7.3.5 Facet
   7.4 Other Technologies
        7.4.1 Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave
        7.4.2 Liquid Crystal Waveguide
        7.4.3 Optical RADAR
        7.4.4 Silicon Photomultipliers
        7.4.5 Tunable Lasers
8. System Forecast
    8.1 Semi-Autonomous Vehicles
    8.2 Fully-Autonomous Vehicles
9. Sensor Forecast
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