E

Triangulation LIDAR

RPLIDAR A1

Basic model

RPLIDAR A2

Cost effective

RPLIDAR A3

Multipoint interaction
E

TOF LIDAR

LPX-T1

AGV preferred

RPLIDAR S2

Indoor & Outdoor

RPLIDAR S3

Best performance in black objects

RPLIDAR C1

The newest model

LPX-E3

Field Monitoring
E

Mapping Solution

Mapper M2

M2M2 Mapper

Slamkit

SLAM spatial localization
E

Robot Base

Hermes

Max loadweight 80KGS

Athena 2.0

Compact and flexible

Apollo

Autonomous Navigation
E

Robot

F3

food delivery robot

H2

hotel robot

P3 PRO

factory robot

RPLidar S2

Capturing Environmental Details Quickly with a More ‘Intelligent’ Lidar

Capturing Environmental Details Quickly with a More ‘Intelligent’ Lidar

In recent years, the rapid advancement of low-speed unmanned driving applications in specific scenarios has been observed. The maturity of lidar, serving as a core sensor, is crucial for the practical implementation of low-speed unmanned driving. Moreover, compared to radar products used in autonomous vehicles, lidar products have higher requirements for detecting environmental details.

SLAMTEC RPLIDAR S2: High-Speed Obstacle Avoidance LiDAR, 30-Meter Omnidirectional Range Scanning

SLAMTEC RPLIDAR S2: High-Speed Obstacle Avoidance LiDAR, 30-Meter Omnidirectional Range Scanning

A service robot deployed in office buildings, factories, hotels, hospitals, and similar environments requires autonomous mobility and obstacle avoidance capabilities. To achieve obstacle avoidance in unknown environments, laser radar sensors are commonly employed. These sensors provide accurate environmental information, including obstacle dimensions and positions, enabling the robot to dynamically adjust its path, move safely, and accomplish tasks in real-time.