Tradeshows & Conferences
Laser & Photonics Market Place Seminar 2022
Yole Développement will attend the Laser & Photonics Market Place Seminar 2022.
The Lasers & Photonics Marketplace Seminar is presented by Laser Focus World, the leading resource for comprehensive global coverage of optoelectronic technologies, applications, and markets. The Lasers & Photonics Marketplace Seminar is the industrys only event which delivers comprehensive analysis of the global market for lasers and all of photonics. Laser Focus Worlds editor-at-large, Conard Holton, leverages the brands deep knowledge base, industry connections and reputation to curate speakers and panelists that take a deep look at emerging opportunities, niche markets, and changing markets. It is the pre-eminent industry event for networking with senior level executives, technology directors, and business managers from technology companies around the world.
Yole Développement will participate as following:
“As Lidar Markets Evolve, So Do Opportunities”
Pierrick Boulay, Senior Technology & Market Analyst, Solid-state Lighting, Yole Développement
On January 24 from 3:15 to 3:50PM
Abtract: In 2020, the LiDAR in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) represented 1.5% of the LiDAR market. The ADAS proportion is expected to reach 41% in 2026 with a market size of $2.3B. Since the invention of 3D real-time LiDAR, more than 80 LiDAR companies have been established. Many of them have bet on new technologies. This has resulted in high technological diversity in the LiDAR landscape. Despite this great diversity, the oldest technologies are still representing most design wins for the automotive industry. Considering the LiDAR wavelength, 1550 nm is less dangerous to the human eye than 905 nm and promises integration through the silicon platform. However, 905 nm represents 65% of design wins for the automotive industry. For the imaging method, traditional mechanical scanning represents 69% of design wins. MEMS micromirror and Flash LiDAR are also making their way into automotive, but their proportion is smaller. Concerning the ranging method, direct Time-of-Flight (dToF) represent 100% of design wins. Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW), which allows better integration, sensitivity, and instant radial velocity, is not expected before 2025.
This presentation will give a complete analysis of LiDAR technologies used for ranging and imaging, automotive integration, and technology roadmap.