Short Distance Series Product Model
Medium Distance Series Product Model
Long Distance Series Product Model
Robots are everywhere in our daily life, industrial robots, service robots, inspection robots, epidemic robots and so on. They do bring convenience to our lives. If the robot cannot perceive and measure the environment quickly and accurately in the process of moving, the robot will collide with obstacles or people, causing economic losses or personal safety accidents.
Benewake single-point solid state LiDAR has independent intellectual property rights. Based on TOF, it can achieve fast, precise and stable distance measurement, helping the robot quickly and accurately identify the surrounding objects. They can be integrated into the robot, which can provide real-time distance information for the robot, help the robot quickly and accurately identify the objects around and realize obstacle avoidance.
The TF series LiDAR can be integrated in front or around the robot. The installation height can be adjusted according to the robot shape and scene requirements, it’s usually greater than 10cm. The lidar will provide real-time distance information for the MCU of robot. In the MCU, the warning range can be set in advance. In the safe range, the robot can move autonomously. In the warning range, the MCU will control the robot to conduct deceleration, steering and other operations to avoid collision between the robot and obstacles.
1. Better ranging performance;
2. Small size, easy to be embedded into the robot;
3. High frequency, can adapt to various running speeds;
4. Low power consumption;
5. UART, IIC and IO interfaces are available;
6. Special obstacle recognition algorithms to accurately identify obstacle information;
7. Providing SDK to improve development efficiency;
8. Low cost, a variety of models available.
1.Tunnel inspection robot
2.Outdoor cleaning robot
3.Outdoor inspection robot
4.Substation inspection robot
5.Logistics delivery robot
6.Elevated railway inspection
7.Industrial automation robot
8.Snow plowing robots