Terabee's TeraRanger Tower Evo is a solid-state LiDAR system. With zero moving parts, the product offers increased robustness and silent operation, while the compact and lightweight design makes it ideal for fast-moving and lightweight robotic applications, both on the ground and airborne! Choose between 4 versions with varying performance and between 4 or 8 detection zones.
Tower Evo key product features
- 4 or 8 active Time-of-Flight distance sensors
- Compatible with Evo 60m and Evo 600Hz sensors
- Increased robustness - zero moving parts
- High-speed distance data acquisition - Variable and fixed sampling rates (up to
- Lightweight and compact design - from 92g
- Eye-safe in all conditions
- ROS and Pixhawk (APM) ready
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Solid State Lidar Applications
- Drone, robot obstacle avoidance
- Drone, robot perimeter coverage
- Distance sensing for drone inspection works
- Multi-object detection
TeraRanger Tower Evo comes in 2 configurations; with either 4 or 8 detection zones. TeraRanger Tower Evo is compatible with TeraRanger Evo 60m and Evo 600Hz ToF distance sensors, each available in 2 configurations, with either 4 or 8 sensors.
Collision-free drone flights outdoors
Terabee have equipped a drone with Terabee's solid-state LiDAR, and asked Terabee's pilot to test its capabilities in an outdoor environment. The result? TeraRanger Tower Evo detects and avoids tree branches, leaves, metal structures and concrete surfaces - all in outdoor conditions with bright sunshine.
Collision-free drone flights indoors
Where GPS is off, TeraRanger Tower Evo is On! See how static and moving obstacles are avoided indoors. Terabee's infrared Time-of-Flight technology also works in low light and complete darkness.
Simultaneous monitoring of multiple axes
When mounted on a ground or airborne robot, the simultaneous data point acquisition of 4 or 8 axes at high speed, coupled to the natural movement of the robot (both translations and rotations), ensures the capture of features and data points around the robot, with similar output to the laser scanners typically used in SLAM operations.