Using a Solid-State ToF LiDAR System to Help Drones Avoid Obstacles

Collision-free drone flights are now possible. Teraranger has equipped a drone with their new generation 360 ° solid-state LiDAR, and it has been flown in multiple environments by a pilot. The results were increased safety, no collisions and a convinced pilot.

Indoor Drone Anti-collision

TeraRanger Tower Evo is always on even when the GPS turns off, static and moving obstacles are avoided indoors. The infrared Time-of-Flight technology also works in low light and even in total darkness.

Outdoor Drone Anti-collision

TeraRanger Tower Evo can also detect and avoid metal structures, tree branches, leaves, and concrete surfaces - all in outdoor conditions with bright sunshine.

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