Efficient 3D Sensing using MEMS Scanners
From consumer LiDAR to long-range ADAS, discover how ST MEMS mirrors can be used for accurate and power-efficient 3D sensing
Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 | 2:00 pm Eastern Time
Join us for a 1-hour webinar to learn how ST MEMS mirrors provide the key enabling technology for precision 3D scanning and detection applications.
ST will be joined by Intel® for a discussion of their short-range Time-of-Flight (ToF) LiDAR based on ST's 2D MEMS mirror, together with LeddarTech® to explore how they used an ST 1D MEMS scanner to implement a complete LiDAR reference demonstrator for automotive and industrial applications.
You will learn:
- What MEMS mirrors are and how can they be used for 3D sensing
- The benefits of using Laser Beam Scanning (LBS) for 3D sensing applications
- The latest ST MEMS technology and products for this market segment
- About Intel® RealSense™ LiDAR Camera L515 and how it will be used with ST’s 2D MEMS mirror
- The main building blocks and performance of Leddartech's LiDAR demonstrator, and the benefits of implementation using a 1D MEMS scanner
There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where the speakers will be available to answer your questions.
There is no charge to participate in this event, but it is necessary to register through my.st.com.
|Pierre Olivier is the Chief Technology Officer of LeddarTech. With numerous years’ experience in the development of high-tech products, he has designed a number of innovative, adaptable, practical, and robust products that are used worldwide in strategic applications such as emergency dispatch and air traffic control, and holds several patents for his work. Pierre joined LeddarTech in 2010. He holds a degree in electrical engineering from Université Laval and is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec.|
|Enosh Levi is responsible for the business, strategy, product definition and roadmap of the Intel RealSense LiDAR depth cameras. In this role, he also leads product management for the DWS (Dimensioning Weight Software) that enables volumetric measurement of objects. Enosh is a high-tech veteran with over 18 years of experience ranging from software and hardware development to marketing and management. He has a Bachelor of Science in Communication Systems Engineering from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.|
|Elan Roth is Director of Marketing and Business Development at STMicroelectronics, in charge of product design, manufacturing, and promotion. Prior to joining ST, he held several executive roles including VP of Business Development at bTendo and Director of Marketing and Sales in CEVA. Before that, Elan served at Samsung Semiconductors as VP of Business, following the successful acquisition of Trandchip, an Israeli startup in the field of CMOS Imagers. Elan has over 30 experience in the semiconductor technology.|
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About ST MEMS micromirror devices and technology
ST introduced MEMS micromirror devices by leveraging its extensive experience in MEMS technologies to design, develop and manufacture micro-electro-mechanical devices and electronic control systems to accurately and precisely rotate reflective surfaces along rotational axes.
MEMS micromirror solutions are typically used in laser beam scanning systems (LBS) to project visible images or infrared patterns. These solutions work by deflecting laser beams emitted from laser diodes to project images onto the required field of view. The beam deflection is generally performed using a combination of two mirrors rotating on perpendicular axes.
For more information on ST's Laser Beam Scanning technology, products, and development tools, visit www.st.com/lbs.