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Lincoln Laboratory Using Single Photon in Puerto Rico

Lincoln Laboratory team’s lidar data will allow FEMA to be better prepared if another hurricane strikes the island. From press release by Rowena Lindsay A Lincoln Laboratory team in Puerto Rico has used the Airborne Optical Systems Testbed (AOSTB) to … Continue reading

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AutoX to Deliver Groceries with Driverless Vehicles

AutoX, a developer of autonomous driving technology, is launching a grocery delivery pilot in San Jose, California. Well, the risk of failure in this driverless vehicle experiment seems to be significantly reduced as their will be no person in the … Continue reading

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Lidar for Country Roads

My son and I were driving on a road in the Sierra Nevada Mountains a few weeks ago where it was not straight for more than 500 feet. We turned constantly down a steep narrow road with no guard rail … Continue reading

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Tiny Lidar Sensor

As you can see in the image researchers at MIT and DARPA have developed a tiny solid state lidar sensor that is packed onto a single chip – incredible! This sensor is 1,000 times faster than a mechanical system and … Continue reading

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Stereo-Vision UAS

ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos Now this is impressive. This “self-flying” drone is able to swiftly navigate obstacles while flying through the sky at 30 miles per hour in a new video released by the Massachusetts Institute of … Continue reading

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3D Imaging Through Walls

O.K. it’s not lidar, but those incredible scientists at the MIT Media Lab have been at it again. This time it’s a time-of-flight microwave camera that can see through solid objects, like walls – incredible! Here’s some of what makes … Continue reading

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4D Printing

Their new approach to additive manufacturing ensures not only that the material changes structure over time, but does so precisely Continue reading

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