High resolution, low price
Previously, an increase in resolution from 16 to 32 channels could set customers back tens of thousands of dollars. Not so the OS1-32, which is intended to accelerate the development and deployment of perception systems by offering high-resolution digital LiDAR technology at an attainable price point. Higher resolution helps machines to better understand the physical world, moving projects from R&D to commercial availability.
Did we mention there’s a special academic discount for accredited universities?
New modular top cap
All in all, Ouster’s 32-channel ruggedised LiDAR sensor delivers all of the same performance that has led customers to select the OS-1 for their commercial deployments up to now. Its updated design introduces a new modular top cap, enabling tight physical and aesthetic integration into customer platforms. With a range of 120 metres, OS-1 has the smallest form factor and lowest weight of any commercially available high-resolution LiDAR sensor on the market.