Hesai Technology confirmed that two older models of their L4 mechanical lidars experienced a software bug. The issue has been identified and solutions have been provided to the affected customers.
At CES 2024, RoboSense launched M3, a smart LiDAR system operating at 940nm, delivering performance on par with advanced market solutions like the Luminar Iris.
On March 3, FinDreams Technology, a subsidiary of BYD, released a new generation of millimeter-wave radar, which will be mass-produced in March this year.
Leading Chinese lidar firm Hesai Technology listed on the Nasdaq on February 9. However, it was not easy for Hesai to get listed and Chinese companies will still face many challenges when seeking a US listing this year.
RoboSense, a provider of smart LiDAR sensor systems, announced on February 7 its partnership with Toyota, a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer, on large-scale production with orders for multiple models.
Leading Chinese lidar firm Hesai Technology submitted a prospectus on January 17 in preparation for its listing on the Nasdaq under stock code "HSAI."
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.
On September 29, Hesai Technology announced that the monthly delivery of its AT128 has exceeded 10,000 units, making it the world's first lidar manufacturer to accomplish the feat.
OFilm, a high-technology manufacturing and assembly company in China, announced on September 2 that its wholly-owned subsidiary has completed the first technical docking of a pure solid-state lidar in conjunction with many domestic vehicle manufacturing startups.
Xiaomi has identified Hesai Technology as the lidar supplier for its first car, which will come at a price exceeding 300,000 yuan ($43,460). The lidar firm for autonomous driving has previously received investment from Xiaomi.
On August 26, the brand-new Mocca DHT-PHEV lidar version of WEY, a sub-brand of Great Wall Motor, made its debut at the Chengdu Motor Show.
WEY, a subsidiary of Chinese automotive firm Great Wall Motor, announced on August 24 that it will debut the Mocca DHT-PHEV lidar version at the Chengdu Motor Show on August 26.
Lidar firm LiangDao Intelligence announced on Thursday that it has signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Urban Mobility Solutions division of Mercedes-Benz Group.
LiangDao Intelligence, a leading Chinese provider of LiDAR sensors, officially released its self-developed pure solid-state flash lateral LiDAR, LDSense Satellite.
On Monday, JiDU, an automobile startup founded by Baidu and Geely, released some design details of its concept car's front and dual LiDARs autonomous driving system pioneered by the company.
LeSheng Smart, a company engaged in the business of smart robot cleaners, recently completed a round of A+ financing worth 200 million yuan ($31.4 million). The exclusive leading investor was Fortune Capital.
In-vehicle LiDAR system provider LiangDao Intelligence, and Innoviz Technologies, a well-known LiDAR provider, announced on Wednesday that they have formally established a strategic partnership.
In-vehicle LiDAR system provider, LiangDao Intelligence, recently completed an A+ round of financing worth over 100 million yuan ($15.8 million).
Pandaily sat down with David Li, CEO of Hesai, at CES to talk about the company and some of its highlights at the show this year.
Tanway, a laser LiDAR product manufacturer, signed a strategic cooperation agreement on Wednesday with Trunk.Tech, an automated driving truck service provider.