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Airport Operations Improved with Lidar

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Airport Operations Improved with Lidar

Silicon Valley-based lidar technology company Velodyne demonstrates how lidar sensor technology can improve airport operations. This technology contributes to various aspects of airport operations such as crowd management, baggage and outdoor operations on the tarmac.

From an article in Airport Technology by Jasleen Mann.

Lidar sensors provide a complete picture of the airport, in real time, and clearer images at longer ranges than cameras. Velodyne suggests that the quality of these images are a significant improvement compared with traditional cameras.

Jasleen Mann speaks with Laura Wrisley, SVP of Worldwide Sales at Velodyne, about the company’s lidar sensor and software portfolio.

Jasleen Mann: Who are the AwV partners?

Laura Wrisley: Automated with Velodyne (AwV) is a one-of-a-kind partner program. Through AwV, Velodyne supports over 100 organisations, spurring collaboration and innovation in next-generation autonomous solutions.

AwV is a global ecosystem with partners encompassing a wide variety of applications that reflect the depth and breadth of Velodyne’s lidar sensor and software portfolio.

These applications fall into the following key markets: intelligent infrastructure, industrial, robotics and automotive, which includes AV and ADAS. AwV supports innovation for an increasing number of companies including those utilizing and deploying lidar throughout airport operations. Velodyne also supports leading university programs utilising and evaluating lidar-driven automation through cutting edge research and testing initiatives.

AwV enables partner development by connecting integrators to new business opportunities. AwV also provides focus for developing lidar applications that can increase efficiency, safety and improve people’s lives. As the use of lidar continues to grow globally across diverse industries, AwV will continue to foster the collaboration needed to make lidar ubiquitous and its benefits accessible to all.

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