CES 2023: Innoviz360 unveiled

Lightweight spinning Lidar sensor will cut costs and enable Level 4-5 autonomy, firm says
Detection, Monitoring & Machine Vision / January 9, 2023
By Adam Hill
Innoviz360 Lidar autonomous vehicles sensor technology
Innoviz360: market disruptor

Innoviz Technologies has launched its new Lidar, Innoviz360 at CES in Las Vegas.

In ITS International last year, Innoviz predicted it will disrupt the market for traditional standard resolution spinning Lidars, and cut costs significantly.

The lightweight sensor features up to 1280 scanning lines per frame, configurable frame rate, 0.05°x 0.05° resolution, and 300m of range.

The design takes hardware advances from InnovizTwo, the firm says, including a single laser, detector and ASIC, and will benefit from the economic of scale of InnovizTwo.

It will help OEMs looking to achieve Level 4-5 automation in applications such as robotaxis, shuttles, trucks, and delivery vehicles, Innoviz insists.

Omer Keilaf, co-founder and CEO, said the product "adds another dimension to the company's growth by enabling Innoviz to become a one-stop shop for all types of Lidar solutions".

Mark Fitzgerald, director, Autonomous Vehicle Service at Strategy Analytics – Powered by TechInsights, comments: "There is a market need for better-performing, lower-cost spinning Lidar sensors, and the early specs for Innoviz360 are strong compared to other similar offerings." 

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