Tradeshows & Conferences
LiDAR Tech 2020
Yole Développement invites you to join us at LiDAR Tech 2020.
In recent years, as one of the most critical sensors for autonomous vehicles, LiDAR has attracted widespread attention. So far, more than one hundred companies around the world are constantly breaking through the technical bottleneck to develop automotive-grade LiDAR. Many manufacturers have been working closely with OEM to achieve the early implementation of high-beam LiDAR in batches. According to Yole’s report, LiDAR prices have fallen sharply in the past three years, by 2020 the global LiDAR market will reach 1. billion dollars, and the growth is expected to 19%. Forecasts revenue of 3.8 billion dollars in 2025.
Under this background, ICV Pro hand in hand with Enmore Info Tech will hold the “2020 (2nd) Auto LiDAR Tech” in Shanghai December 12th to 18th. Discuss with more than 30 industry experts on hot topics such as market trends, technology development, automotive-grade manufacturing, sensor fusion, and vehicle-road collaborative applications, and analyze the most advanced LiDAR technologies (including Optical Devices, Light Sources, receivers and Processing unit, etc.) trying to create a comprehensive cooperation platform integrating information sharing experience exchange, technical support and product display.
Yole Développement will participate in the following:
“LiDARs at the heart of the next driving evolution”
On Tuesday 15 of December morning, 2020 – Session 1 LiDAR Market Prospects and Application.
Pierrick Boulay, Technology & Market Analyst, Solid-state Lighting at Yole Développement
Abstract: This presentation will give an overview of the LiDAR industry and market evolution. We will address the current limitations of radars and cameras. Then, we will discuss about the evolution of driving and the autonomous levels from L0 to L5, highlighting that it is currently very challenging for OEMs to switch from L2 to L3. To reach higher levels of autonomy, an increasing number of sensors will be necessary, such as radars, cameras and LiDARs. With such an accumulation of sensors, OEMs will have to change the E/E architecture of ADAS vehicles and sensor fusion will be a key requirement to achieve level 3 and above autonomy. We will detail the different LiDAR technologies, possible positions in cars, and recent partnerships in the LiDAR industry.