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RoboSense LiDAR-powered new Hongqi models to be mass produced in 2023

Gabriella From Gasgoo| June 01 , 2022 15:51 BJT

Beijing (Gasgoo)- On June 1st, China’s LiDAR supplier RoboSense announced that it has struck a deal with FAW Group’s Hongqi to deploy its products onto the latter’s vehicles. 

Per the agreement, Hongqi will adopt multiple units of RoboSense’s second-generation intelligent solid-state LiDAR in its FEEA3.0 autonomous driving platform, elevating its integrated perception solution. The platform will be massively implemented onto Hongqi’s several new models in 2023. 

RoboSense LiDAR-powered new Hongqi models to be mass produced in 2023

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Hongqi’s FEEA3.0 autonomous driving solution offers improved safety, reliability, and expandability, providing strong support for the brand’s intelligent transformation. RoboSense’s products will be used as an essential component of FEEA3.0’s environmental perceptual module, further advancing Hongqi’s automotive intelligence development. 

RoboSense is currently the only company that has realized volume production and delivery of second-generation solid-state LiDAR worldwide. The company’s second-generation LiDAR is equipped with a revolutionary 2D MEMS intelligent chip scan architecture, featuring high integration, simple structure, stability, and reliability. The company strives for innovating LiDAR technology and popularize LiDAR applications. Up to now, RoboSense’s continuous commercial expansion has landed the company procurement orders for over 40 vehicle models from various major automakers.

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