Automotive LIDAR 2022 – 5th Annual Conference and ExhibitionRegister now
LIDAR has been in use for over 60 years in military, aerospace, robotics, and meteorological fields. Today it is experiencing a flurry of interest due to the expectation that it will be one of the key sensors to enable autonomous driving. With more than $5.6 billion raised to date, more than 95 companies are developing automotive grade LIDAR sensors using their unique approaches. This conference is exclusively focused on automotive LIDAR technologies and applications. The conference’s sessions will describe the various approaches to make a LIDAR system, as well as explain via physics and math the reasons to choose one approach over another. It will also discuss the publicly disclosed methods from each of the known developers, their strengths and weaknesses, and how they likely they are to scale in manufacturability and cost. The conference will also provide overviews of marketplace projections and business trends.
Yole Goup will be part of the program with:
Romain FRAUX, CEO – Yole System Plus
Cost and Technology Benchmarking for Automotive LIDAR
Pierrick BOULAY, Technology and Market Analyst, Solid-State Lighting – Yole Intelligence
LIDAR for ADAS and AV Applications: Emerging Trends and Developments
More information and registration: HERE
CEO of Yole SystemPlus
Romain Fraux is the CEO of Yole SystemPlus, part of Yole Group.
Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors
Pierrick Boulay is Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors at Yole Group.
He works in the fields of solid-state lighting and lighting systems, carrying out technical, economic, and marketing analyses. In addition, he leads the automotive activities within the company.
Pierrick has authored several reports and custom analyses on topics such as automotive lighting, LiDAR, sensing for ADAS vehicles, and VCSELs.
Prior to Yole Group, Pierrick has worked in several companies where he developed his knowledge of lighting and automotive. In the past, he has primarily worked in R&D departments on LED lighting applications.
Pierrick holds a master of science in electronics at ESEO (Angers, France).