The five chips designed by WiMi based on 3D holographic LiDAR technology are a coherent holographic LiDAR diffuse target detection chip, tunable holographic LiDAR chip, 3D holographic LiDAR-based SLAM, and fusion positioning chip, vehicle-based 3D holographic LiDAR road cross-section measurement chip, and 3D holographic LiDAR chip for FMCW-oriented 3D holographic LiDAR light source phase noise compensation chip. These will be used in engineering, construction, consumer products, and driverless industries.
From an article in Newstrail.com by Rida E. Warren.
In consumer electronics, WiMi’s 3D holographic LiDAR can be integrated into camera arrays for holographic spatial scan rendering or high-precision scanning of items to achieve AR applications. Of course, the current AR scanning technology combined with consumer electronics is not mature; this is because there is no professional chip to process it, so it can only generate relatively fuzzy and distorted digital imaging, but this also makes many people have great interest in developing this kind of technology, such as some entertainment, tools or engineering assistance applications that do not need high precision data. If integrated with a high-precision professional 3D holographic laser LiDAR’s chip will play a pivotal role in forming a high-precision restored digital image, and the fields that can be applied will be significantly expanded.
Holographic LiDAR can also be applied together with HD camera systems and other sensors, such as combining with UAV mapping and satellite remote sensing technology to obtain ultra-high precision holographic 3D spatial images, which can be applied in professional mapping and related commercial applications, significantly improving the accuracy of the current mainstream LiDAR technology in the market and realizing high precision detection in space.
Holographic LiDAR will also enhance and replace traditional LiDAR technology in autonomous driving. In recent decades, traditional LiDAR technology has been widely used in autonomous vehicle technology (such as adaptive cruise control systems). Traditional LiDAR technology can accurately map position and distance, speed-sensing pulsed laser solid-state beam to measure distance and give the vehicle The traditional LiDAR technology can accurately map the post and space, speed-sensing pulse laser and solid-state beam to measure the length and give the car control system to be efficient real-time feedback, but only at the level of L1/L2 autonomous driving.
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