Velodyne aims to price new self-driving car sensor below $700

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Velodyne aims to price new self-driving car sensor below $700

New Lidar unit with no moving parts.

Velodyne Lidar said it would introduce a new lidar unit, a key sensor in self-driving cars, with a target price point of less than US$500 (A$685) and no moving parts. Velodyne became a public company in September and is one of several companies vying to supply automakers with lidar, a sensor ...

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