CES 2023: Innoviz lights up Loxo

Electric AV delivery specialist Loxo plans to use InnovizOne Lidar sensor in vehicles
GIS/ Mapping & Location Based Systems / January 4, 2023
By Adam Hill
Autonomous vehicles last-mile zero-emission decarbonisation (image: Loxo)
InnovizOne will ensure Loxo vehicles 'navigate complex and obstacle-ridden urban road networks safely' (image: Loxo)

Electric autonomous vehicle (AV) provider Loxo is planning to use Innoviz Technologies' Lidar sensors in its delivery trucks, which are due to hit the roads this year.

"As we look forward to deploying our solution on public roads in 2023, we have rigorously selected Innoviz's solution to equip our vehicles with the industry-leading Lidar to ensure the highest levels of safety and operational efficiency," said Amin Amini, co-founder & CEO of Loxo.

InnovizOne is "accurate and high-performing, ensuring our vehicles navigate complex and obstacle-ridden urban road networks safely", he added.

Innoviz says the autonomous last-mile delivery market is projected to grow from $57.67 billion in 2021 to $68.95 billion by 2028.

Omer Keilaf, co-founder and CEO at Innoviz, said the solid-state sensor is "well-equipped to tackle challenging urban environments and make the delivery of goods more convenient, affordable, and safe".

"In collaboration with Loxo, we look forward to enabling this critical service for users, especially during the busiest delivery days of the year, and revolutionising the local transport of goods across cities worldwide," he concluded.

Switzerland-based Loxo will present its autonomous and zero-emission delivery vehicle use case with InnovizOne at CES 2023 in Las Vegas on 7 January at 3:30pm on Innoviz's booth #6553.

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