RoboSense, an intelligent lidar company headquartered in Shenzhen, released its RS-LiDAR-E1, referred to simply as E1, a flash solid-state lidar based on self-developed chips and a brand-new technology platform.
In response to recent reports that an infrared sensor in the rear row ceiling of Li Auto's L8 Pro SUV model has been discontinued, the Chinese new energy auto firm confirmed on the evening of October 27 that this is false information.
AkuSense, a provider of industrial smart sensor solutions, announced on July 5 that it had closed a Series A+ financing round worth nearly US$10 million with Shunwei Capital as the leading investor.
China’s electric vehicle (EV) startup NIO signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the German engineering and electronics company Robert Bosch GmbH on July 9. The agreement focuses on cooperations in the areas of sensor technology, automated driving, electric motor controls and intelligent transport systems.