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Opsys to Unveil Its Next Development For The World's Most Advanced Solid State Scanning LiDAR At This Year's IAA

13 JULY 2023 - ISRAEL Opsys, the global tech leader in pure solid state scanning LiDAR, has chosen this year’s IAA to announce a new milestone in the company’s groundbreaking solution, which is setting new standards in integrating LiDAR in vehicles.

Guy Gertel, SVP, Opsys said “The IAA event is a fitting platform to showcase the next iteration of our LiDAR– after all, Germany is synonymous with the automotive industry. Our scanning LiDAR is pure solid-state, with no moving parts. One of the main benefits of this is that our product is so robust it significantly reduces costs to enable mass production. Our tech advantage has made us the world’s leader of the use of pure solid state scanning LiDAR in AD. We’re looking forward to unveilling our latest dev at this year’s show& proud to know we’re at the forefront of creating safer roads.”

Opsys patented tech is developed in such a way to offer OEMs & Tier1s the flexibility they need for integrating LiDAR into a car. The powerful sensors can be placed behind the windshield, headlights, taillights, or other positions around a car, offering several other benefits too. Opsys LiDAR delivers all specs all the time across the full field of vision with no installation limitations.

Through these developments, and more, LiDAR is much closer to becoming a reality on public roads. The company’s announcement, planned for this year’s IAA, will cement Opsys as a major player in democratizing AD & safety in mobility.

Opsys will demo their LiDAR in the Israel Pavilion, Hall A3, #D32.

Israel, AKA ‘The Startup Nation’, due to the number of tech startups & unicorns originating from this tiny country, used to have more companies on the NASDAQ than any other country outside of the US. In recent years Israel has experienced a rapid growth in the automotive sector & its tech contribution is significant to the industry globally. Israel spends more than any other country on R&D as a % of GDP.

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