Unique Process Solves MEMS Reliability, Size, and Cost Issues  

Unique Process Solves MEMS Reliability, Size, and Cost Issues

MEMS sensing technology company Omnitron Sensors has validated a process for a fast, rugged, and low-cost microelectromechanical system (MEMS) scanning mirror for a novel optical subsystem meeting the most demanding requirements of LiDARs in automotive advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), drones, and robotics. Reportedly, the company’s MEMS mirror will produce a 2X to 3X larger field of view than comparable MEMS mirrors used in long-range LiDARs.

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Omnitron MEMS Sensors: This Startup Could Disrupt the Lidar Market

Omnitron MEMS Sensors: This Startup Could Disrupt the Lidar Market

Omnitron Sensors, a startup in Los Angeles, have developed a process to produce a fast-moving MEMS scanning mirror. The company say this will meet the large field of view requirements of lidars used for ADAS; AD; drones, and robotics. Omnitron’s MEMS mirror will produce a double- or triple-sized field of view compared to other MEMS mirrors…

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Omnitron Sensors Solves Reliability, Size, Cost Issues with LiDAR

Omnitron Sensors Solves Reliability, Size, Cost Issues with LiDAR

Omnitron Sensors, the pioneer in MEMS sensing technology for high-volume, low-cost markets, today validated its process for a fast, rugged, low-cost microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) scanning mirror, a new optical subsystem that meets the most demanding requirements of the LiDARs used in automotive advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), drones and robotics.

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