Tucson, AZ — Lasertel, a Leonardo company and leading U.S. supplier of custom laser diodes, is proud to announce the release of two new direct diode laser illuminators. The laser products are engineered for short and long range lidar (light imaging, detection, and ranging) systems for self-driving cars.
Lasertel will be exhibiting these two new products, alongside their latest work in custom photon solutions, June 26-29 at Laser World of Photonics in Munich, Germany at Booth 208, Hall A3. Lasertel will be showcasing capabilities in three major industries: automotive lidar, medical and industrial.
“The High Beam™ and Low Beam™ laser illuminator products are Lasertel’s latest cutting-edge technology for the automotive lidar industry. With pulse widths less than 20ns, these products offer variable powers with the laser diode source, control electronics and beam shaping optics in an integrated module,” said Robert Walker, Lasertel’s Director of Sales and Marketing.
Lasertel’s latest white paper, The Race to the Starting Line: Edge-Emitting Diode Lasers vs. VCSELS for the Automotive Lidar Market, will be made available at the Munich conference in Lasertel’s booth. This paper compares how the two competing laser diode technologies fare as active illuminators for system integrators in automotive applications.
Lasertel (www.lasertel.com), a Leonardo company, is a leading U.S. supplier of custom laser diodes. Their expert team works with system integrators from design through high volume production to meet performance, design, environmental and cost demands. Lasertel serves as a key U.S. subsidiary of Leonardo Company and represents an important capability in laser technology for critical defense programs.
Director of Sales and Marketing