H. W. Yoo, N. Druml, D. Brunner, C. Schwärzl, T. Thurner, M. Hennecke, G. Schitter:
"MEMS-based lidar for autonomous driving";
E&I Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik, 135 (2018), 6; S. 408 - 415.

Kurzfassung englisch:
Lidar, the acronym of light detection and ranging, has received much attention for the automotive industry as a key component for
high level automated driving systems due to their high resolution and highly accurate 3D imaging of the surroundings under various
weather conditions. However, the price and resolution of lidar sensors still do not meet the target values for the automotive market
to be accepted as a basic sensor for ensuring safe autonomous driving. Recent work has focused on MEMS scanning mirrors as a
potential solution for affordable long range lidar systems. This paper discusses current developments and research on MEMS-based
lidars. The LiDcAR project is introduced for bringing precise and reliable MEMS-based lidars to enable safe and reliable autonomous
driving. As a part of development in this project, a test bench for the characterization and performance evaluation of MEMS mirror is
introduced. A recently developed MEMS-based lidar will be evaluated by various levels of tests including field tests based on realistic
scenarios, aiming for safe and reliable autonomous driving in future automotive industry.

lidar; MEMS scanning mirror; autonomous driving; metrology platform

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