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ADAS and Autonomous Driving Industry Chain Report, 2018-2019– Automotive Lidar

Table of Contents

1 Automotive LiDAR
1.1 Introduction and Classification
1.1.1 Briefing and Operating Principles
1.1.2 Classification
1.2 Role of LiDAR in Autonomous Driving
1.2.1 LiDAR as a Crucial Sensor to Autonomous Driving
1.2.2 Demand for LiDAR from Different Levels of Autonomous Driving
1.2.3 Availability of LiDAR for Different Distances and Scenarios
1.3 LiDAR Components and System Vendors
1.4 Typical LiDAR

2 LiDAR Classification and General Trends
2.1 Classification of LiDAR
2.2 Representative Makers of Mechanical LiDAR
2.2.1 Decomposition of Mechanical LiDAR
2.2.2 Massive Use of Mechanical LiDAR in Autonomous Vehicle Prototypes
2.2.3 Mechanical LiDAR Already Applied to the Mass-produced Vehicle
2.2.4 Mechanical LiDAR Suppliers and Products
2.3 Solid-state LiDAR
2.3.1 Solid-state LiDAR (1) – MEMS Scanning Mirror Technology
2.3.2 Solid-state LiDAR (2) - 3D FLASH
2.3.3 Solid-state LiDAR (3) – Phased Array
2.3.4 MEMS and OPA LiDAR Companies
2.3.5 3D FLASH Companies
2.3.6 MEMS Expectedly Gets First Applied
2.3.7 Product Planning of Leading LiDAR Vendors at Home and Abroad
2.3.8 Overall Tendency of LiDAR Technology
2.4 Development Trend of LiDAR
2.4.1 Multi-LiDAR Coupling
2.4.2 VCSEL
2.4.3 Single Photon + VCSEL LiDAR
2.4.4 LiDAR towards Miniaturization
2.4.5 Adaptation to Vehicle

3 Global LiDAR Companies
3.1 Velodyne
3.1.1 Profile
3.1.2 Product Roadmap
3.1.3 Automotive LiDAR Portfolios
3.1.4 Mechanical LiDAR Product Line
3.1.5 VLP-32C
3.1.6 VLS-128
3.1.7 Velarray
3.1.8 LiDAR Grows As a Chip
3.1.9 Production Capacity and Price Trend
3.2 Continental
3.2.1 Profile
3.2.2 LiDAR Product Line
3.2.3 3D Flash LiDAR
3.2.4 SRL1
3.2.5 Presence of Clients for Continental’s Radar and LiDAR Products
3.3 Bosch
3.3.1 Profile
3.3.2 Investments in LiDAR Field
3.4 Aptiv
3.4.1 Profile
3.4.2 Sensor Configuration of RoboTaxi
3.4.3 Investments in LiDAR Field
3.5 Veoneer
3.5.1 Profile
3.5.2 Veoneer Provides Two Kinds of LiDAR
3.5.3 Collaboration between Veoneer and Velodyne in LiDAR Development
3.5.4 SOP of LiDAR Project, etc.
3.6 Valeo
3.6.1 Profile
3.6.2 L3 Park4U LiDAR
3.6.3 SCALA
3.6.4 SCALA gen1-gen3 LiDAR Technology Roadmap
3.6.5 Performance Comparison between SCALA1 and SCALA2 LiDAR
3.7 Quanergy
3.8.1 Profile
3.8.2 Total Solutions
3.8.3 Application of Its LiDAR
3.8.4 LiDAR Product Route
3.8.5 Quanergy M8
3.8.6 Quanergy S3
3.8.7 Quanergy S3-Qi
3.8.8 Automobile Headlamp Embedded with LiDAR
3.8.9 LiDAR Fabrication
3.8.10 LiDAR Imaging
3.8.11 Global Footprints
3.9 LeddarTech
3.9.1 LeddarTech
3.9.2 Vu8 Solid-state LiDAR Module
3.9.3 M16 Solid-state LiDAR Module
3.9.4 Development of Solid-state LiDAR Chip
3.10 IBEO
3.10.1 Profile
3.10.2 Mass-produced LiDAR Products
3.10.3 R&D of New Solid-state LiDAR
3.11 Innoviz
3.11.1 Profile
3.11.2 InnovizPro
3.11.3 InnovizOne
3.11.4 Technology Roadmap
3.12 Luminar
3.12.1 Profile
3.12.2 Launch of Affordable LiDAR
3.13 Waymo
3.13.1 Introduction to Waymo LiDAR
3.13.2 Specifications of Waymo LiDAR
3.13.3 Waymo LiDAR Lens
3.13.4 Waymo Will Put Its LiDAR for Sale
3.14 Baraja
3.14.1 Profile
3.14.2 Obtained the Series A-Round Funding of $32 Million
3.15 Ouster

4 Chinese LiDAR Companies
4.1 Hesai Tech
4.1.1 Profile
4.1.2 Major Products
4.1.3 Pandar 40
4.1.4 Pandar 40/Client Application
4.1.5 Pandar GT
4.1.6 Pandora
4.1.7 Independent Research of Scanning Mirror and Optical Fiber Laser
4.2 SureStar Technology
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 R-Fans-16
4.2.3 R-Fans-32
4.2.4 C-Fans 128-channel LiDAR
4.2.5 Development Planning and SOP Timeline
4.3 Benewake
4.3.1 Profile
4.3.2 Development Course/Market Coverage
4.3.3 Financing and Planning
4.3.4 Development Path
4.3.5 Major Products
4.4 RoboSense
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 Development Course
4.4.3 Major Products and Manufacturing
4.4.4 RS-LiDAR-16
4.4.5 RS-LiDAR-32
4.4.6 RS-LiDAR-M1Pre
4.4.7 P3 LiDAR Perception Solution
4.4.8 Collaboration with Alibaba to Launch Self-piloting Logistics Vehicle
4.4.9 MEMS Solid-state LiDAR
4.5 LeiShen Intelligent System
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 Development Course
4.5.3 Core Team
4.5.4 TOF Series
4.5.5 LiDAR with Triangle Measuring Method
4.5.6 Autonomous Driving Solution Based on LiDAR
4.5.7 Intelligent Transportation Solution Based on LiDAR
4.5.8 Three-dimensional Mapping and Power Line Patrol Solutions Based on LiDAR
4.5.9 Collision Warning Solution Based on LiDAR
4.5.10 Security Solutions
4.5.11 Market Expansion
4.6 Livox
4.6.1 Livox LiDAR
4.7 Litra Technology
4.7.1 LiDAR Technology Roadmap
4.7.2 Selection of OPA Route
4.8 LorenTech
4.8.1 Its Classification of LiDAR
4.8.2 Development Outlook
4.8.3 Major Products
4.8.4 LorenTech I Series
4.8.5 LorenTech D Series Products
4.8.6 LiDAR Development Strategy
4.9 Wuxi Liushen Optoelectronic Technology
4.9.1 Profile
4.9.2 LiDAR Product Planning
4.9.3 Argus
4.9.4 Environmental Adaptation and Mass-production Plan of Argus
4.9.5 Omini

5 Tech Firms Concerned and Technology Trends
5.1 TOF and CSEM
5.1.1 Requirements on Autonomous Vehicle LiDAR
5.1.2 Introduction to CSEM
5.1.3 CSEM Technology Platform
5.1.4 LiDAR Development Fields
5.1.5 TOF Principle Rendered by CSEM
5.1.6 Mixed Flash Imaging LiDAR
5.1.7 LiDAR Value Chain
5.1.8 TRL4
5.1.9 TRL8
5.2 The Next-Generation LiDAR Technologies SiPM and SPAD Array
5.2.1 SensL Company Profile
5.2.2 SensL LiDAR Product and Sample Roadmap
5.2.3 Interpretation of SensL LiDAR System
5.2.4 Direct ToF LiDAR Measurement Technology
5.2.5 Challenges to Long-range LiDAR System
5.2.6 Laser Safety to Eyes and LiDAR System
5.2.7 Laser Safety to Eyes
5.2.8 SiPM/SPAD of LiDAR System
5.2.9 Schematic Diagram of SiPM and SPAD
5.2.10 Evolution of LiDAR Sensor Technology
5.2.11 Evolution of Long-range LiDAR System
5.2.12 LiDAR Design with SiPM
5.2.13 How to Realize 200-meter-above Detection with SiPM Technology
5.2.14 Challenges to the Existing LiDAR System
5.2.15 Future LiDAR Design is Achieved with Either SPAD or SiPM Array
5.2.16 SensL SPAD Array Product Pandion
5.2.17 Interpretation of the 3rd-Gen Imaging LiDAR System
5.2.18 3D ToF Imaging LiDAR Based on SiPM
5.3 OSRAM
5.3.1 Experience in Autonomous Driving Technology
5.3.2 A Time-honored Provider of Laser Technologies for Automotive Sector
5.3.3 All ADAS Sensors Have Merits and Demerits
5.3.4 The Combination of Camera, Radar and LiDar Provides Self-driving Capability
5.3.5 How Many LiDAR Modules Will L4/L5 Need?
5.3.6 MaaS Providers Wish to Introduce L5 as Soon as Possible
5.3.7 LiDAR Will Usher in Two Periods of Growth Spurt
5.3.8 LiDAR Measures the Distance from Objects with the Help of the Reflected Light
5.3.9 Multi-Module System
5.3.10 LiDAR System Is Comprised of Different Building Modules
5.3.11 Flash LiDAR and Scanning LiDAR
5.3.12 905nm Emitting Laser
5.3.13 OSRAM Provides a Variety of LiDAR Solutions Based on 905nm Laser
5.3.14 OSRAM’s Presence in LiDAR Market
5.4 Silicon Vision Microsystem
5.5 LiangDao Intelligence
5.5.1 Profile
5.5.2 Development Course
5.5.3 Evaluation & Test Services
5.5.4 Construction of Data Acquisition Platform
5.5.5 Road Test Data Collection of Real Sensors
5.5.6 Automatic Test Verification Tool Chain
5.5.7 Key Clients and Cases
5.5.8 Development Strategy and Planning
5.6 TriLumina
5.6.1 Profile and Business Model
5.6.2 TriLumina VCSEL Lighting Module

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