Newsight Imaging Ltd. last week launched a Multi-Triangulation lidar reference design that it said enables full 3D mapping by a single scan with 480 depth points and supports a depth resolution of 20um - 1mm.
MT LiDAR 3.1 is based on the NSI9000 image sensor with 1024X480 pixel resolution and on-chip peak detection feature demonstrating Newsight’s multi-triangulation technology. The company said the chip was specially designed for ultra-high accuracy for short-distance measurement applications.
Newsight at Hannover Messe
The Ness Ziona, HaMerkaz, Israel-based company will showcase the technology at Hannover Messe at Hall 17, booth no. B52. The industrial technology trade show will take place from April 17 to April 20.
Newsight was selected to showcase its technology by the German Israeli Network of Startup and Mittelstand (GINSUM). GINSUM is funded by the German government and aims to match Israeli startups with companies and business stakeholders in Germany.
Newsight Imaging develops advanced complementary metal-oxide semiconductor image sensor chips for 3D machine vision and spectral analysis.
Newsight caters to multiple technology sectors
Newsight’s depth camera sensors for machine vision, including robotics and other Industry 4.0 technologies.
“Building on our years of experience in chip design to create the most advanced 3D and spectral sensors, we are excited to introduce our new MT LiDAR 3.1 reference design,” said Eli Assoolin, co-Founder and CEO of Newsight.
“Utilizing our multi-triangulation technology specially designed for ultra-high accuracy for short-distance measurement applications, this new architecture will support solutions across robotics and industrial automation markets,” Assolin said. “We look forward to presenting MT LiDAR 3.1 at the upcoming Hannover Messe conference.”
The company said MT LiDAR 3.1 is now available to customers for rapid development of their full solution based on Newsight chips and technology and is highly configurable for different applications.
It is flexible in coping with different scenarios and lighting conditions, the company added.
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