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Autonomous Land Systems


Originally developed for helicopter landings in brownout conditions, the OPAL™ LiDAR scanners are designed to perform in extreme physical environments, in real-time, and penetrate through obscurants such as dust, rain, fog, and smoke.

Mounted on a vehicle, OPAL™ LiDAR provides 3D vision of the surrounding environment to aid in manned and unmanned operations for Advanced Driver-Assist Systems (ADAS). Even in near zero-visibility, obstacles on the ground and the surrounding terrain are accurately detected to enable advanced navigation on robotic and automotive platforms.


3D VISION


Experts throughout the automotive industry agree; high resolution 3D LiDAR scanners are an essential component to any robust autonomous driving solution. OPAL™ can provide better situational awareness to manned and unmanned systems that need to operate in adverse conditions. OPAL™ LiDAR can detect small obstacles along the vehicle’s path and render a more thorough representation of the terrain. OPAL™ LiDAR is an essential tool for path planning and/or collision avoidance systems. OPAL’s long range (>500 m provides greater situational awareness to large industrial automotive vehicles that require much longer stopping distances than commercial ADAS systems.


3D Mapping


FME 3D LIDAR can also be used as a long-range mapping solution on autonomous vehicles. Creating detailed maps of the environment in which a vehicle is navigating, can be of great advantage to the operator and future operation in the same location.

LiDAR is often used as the core technology to sensor fusion, allowing other sensing technologies to overlay their data on a detailed geo-referenced 3D point cloud.


Aerospace LIDAR 


Originally developed for helicopter landings in brownout conditions, the FME 3D LIDAR scanners are designed to perform in extreme physical environments and to penetrate through obscurants such as dust, rain, fog, and smoke. Mounted on an airframe, FME 3D LIDAR provides a 3D map of the surrounding environment to aid in manned and unmanned operations. Even in near zero-visibility, obstacles on the ground as well as overhead wires are accurately rendered to ensure safe landings and flight navigation.


Take-Off and Landing


Our 3D LIDAR sensors provide improved perception of landing conditions during both take-off and landing. With higher resolution scanning, FME can provide better situational awareness to pilots landing in adverse conditions. LiDAR can detect small obstacles in the landing area and render a more thorough representation of the terrain. FME 3D LiDAR provides a number of unique and important capabilities that autonomous aircraft will require to safely navigate and land autonomously. LiDAR systems can also be used to map terrain, infrastructure and navigational aids, as a by-product of their use in autonomous systems.


Detect and Avoid (DAA)


As Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) become increasingly more present and begin to be deployed in commercial airspace, Detect and Avoid systems need to be employed  to ensure the safe operation of the aircraft. FME 3D LIDAR is an excellent solution to assist with DAA due to its long range (>1000 m) and high resolution data. A UAS will not only be able to use FME 3D LiDAR to avoid obstacles, but also map terrain, assist in route planning, and inspect the landing zone. FME 3D LiDAR sensors play an important role in enabling autonomous solutions.


Marine LIDAR 


The FME 3D Marine LIDAR is a long range 3D laser scanner which provides precise and accurate real-time position information of moving and stationary objects, infrastructure, and coastline. The FME features unparalleled resolution and accuracy which is extremely important for autonomous vessel perception systems, on-board automation, and improved awareness for maritime and port applications.


Autonomous and Unmanned Navigation


FME 3D LIDAR sensors play an important role in enabling maritime autonomy. LIDAR provides a number of unique and important capabilities that autonomous ships will require while navigating and docking. 

The FME 3D LIDAR’s long range capabilities provide advanced situational awareness information to ships 24/7  day or night in all types of weather, and include advanced functionalities to assist with collision avoidance. This includes the ability to discern individual ships when clustered together, and distinguish ship size, including detecting very small ships. Real-time measurements mean distance can be accurately measured to obstacles or infrastructure on surrounding land or water, and minimal returns off water (less clutter) ensure accurate data no matter the conditions.


LIDAR for Port Automation 


The FME 3D LIDAR is a long range 3D laser scanner which provides precise and accurate real-time position information of moving and stationary objects, infrastructure, and coastline. The FME features unparalleled resolution and accuracy which is extremely important for autonomous perception systems, automation, and improved awareness for maritime and port applications.


Port and Waterway Automation


FME 3D LIDAR provides a number of unique and important capabilities that improve automation of several port and waterway processes including ship loading and unloading, cargo handling, and Waterway System Automation and Control (Locks, Bridges, Gates, Arrestors). The FME 3D LIDAR can also assist in monitoring valuable assets against incursions, collisions or theft.

FME 3D LIDAR can be configured for your specific needs and operate in all weather conditions at all times. This continuous operation requires no operator input, no maintenance, and requires no targets or reflectors. User configurable alert zones can be easily applied and include automatic alert systems.



Autonomous Land Systems


Originally developed for helicopter landings in brownout conditions, the OPAL™ LiDAR scanners are designed to perform in extreme physical environments, in real-time, and penetrate through obscurants such as dust, rain, fog, and smoke.

Mounted on a vehicle, OPAL™ LiDAR provides 3D vision of the surrounding environment to aid in manned and unmanned operations for Advanced Driver-Assist Systems (ADAS). Even in near zero-visibility, obstacles on the ground and the surrounding terrain are accurately detected to enable advanced navigation on robotic and automotive platforms.


3D VISION


Experts throughout the automotive industry agree; high resolution 3D LiDAR scanners are an essential component to any robust autonomous driving solution. OPAL™ can provide better situational awareness to manned and unmanned systems that need to operate in adverse conditions. OPAL™ LiDAR can detect small obstacles along the vehicle’s path and render a more thorough representation of the terrain. OPAL™ LiDAR is an essential tool for path planning and/or collision avoidance systems. OPAL’s long range (>500 m provides greater situational awareness to large industrial automotive vehicles that require much longer stopping distances than commercial ADAS systems.


3D Mapping

FME 3D LIDAR can also be used as a long-range mapping solution on autonomous vehicles. Creating detailed maps of the environment in which a vehicle is navigating, can be of great advantage to the operator and future operation in the same location.

LiDAR is often used as the core technology to sensor fusion, allowing other sensing technologies to overlay their data on a detailed geo-referenced 3D point cloud.



Aerospace LIDAR 



Originally developed for helicopter landings in brownout conditions, the FME 3D LIDAR scanners are designed to perform in extreme physical environments and to penetrate through obscurants such as dust, rain, fog, and smoke.

Mounted on an airframe, FME 3D LIDAR provides a 3D map of the surrounding environment to aid in manned and unmanned operations. Even in near zero-visibility, obstacles on the ground as well as overhead wires are accurately rendered to ensure safe landings and flight navigation.



Take-Off and Landing


Our 3D LIDAR sensors provide improved perception of landing conditions during both take-off and landing. With higher resolution scanning, FME can provide better situational awareness to pilots landing in adverse conditions. LiDAR can detect small obstacles in the landing area and render a more thorough representation of the terrain. FME 3D LiDAR provides a number of unique and important capabilities that autonomous aircraft will require to safely navigate and land autonomously. LiDAR systems can also be used to map terrain, infrastructure and navigational aids, as a by-product of their use in autonomous systems.


Detect and Avoid (DAA)


As Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) become increasingly more present and begin to be deployed in commercial airspace, Detect and Avoid systems need to be employed  to ensure the safe operation of the aircraft. FME 3D LIDAR is an excellent solution to assist with DAA due to its long range (>1000 m) and high resolution data. A UAS will not only be able to use FME 3D LiDAR to avoid obstacles, but also map terrain, assist in route planning, and inspect the landing zone. FME 3D LiDAR sensors play an important role in enabling autonomous solutions.



Marine LIDAR 


The FME 3D Marine LIDAR is a long range 3D laser scanner which provides precise and accurate real-time position information of moving and stationary objects, infrastructure, and coastline. The FME features unparalleled resolution and accuracy which is extremely important for autonomous vessel perception systems, on-board automation, and improved awareness for maritime and port applications.


Autonomous and Unmanned Navigation


FME 3D LIDAR sensors play an important role in enabling maritime autonomy. LIDAR provides a number of unique and important capabilities that autonomous ships will require while navigating and docking. 

The FME 3D LIDAR’s long range capabilities provide advanced situational awareness information to ships 24/7  day or night in all types of weather, and include advanced functionalities to assist with collision avoidance. This includes the ability to discern individual ships when clustered together, and distinguish ship size, including detecting very small ships. Real-time measurements mean distance can be accurately measured to obstacles or infrastructure on surrounding land or water, and minimal returns off water (less clutter) ensure accurate data no matter the conditions.



LIDAR for Port Automation 



The FME 3D LIDAR is a long range 3D laser scanner which provides precise and accurate real-time position information of moving and stationary objects, infrastructure, and coastline. The FME features unparalleled resolution and accuracy which is extremely important for autonomous perception systems, automation, and improved awareness for maritime and port applications.


Port and Waterway Automation

FME 3D LIDAR provides a number of unique and important capabilities that improve automation of several port and waterway processes including ship loading and unloading, cargo handling, and Waterway System Automation and Control (Locks, Bridges, Gates, Arrestors). The FME 3D LIDAR can also assist in monitoring valuable assets against incursions, collisions or theft.

FME 3D LIDAR can be configured for your specific needs and operate in all weather conditions at all times. This continuous operation requires no operator input, no maintenance, and requires no targets or reflectors. User configurable alert zones can be easily applied and include automatic alert systems.



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