Current LiDAR sensors have one problem in common - resolution

To enable autonomous driving LiDAR systems should be able to detect an classify small objects at greater distance.

Current LiDAR Resolution isn't enough!

Current LiDAR Sensors on the market have one problem in common - resolution. Around 60-90 % of imager area is passive.
Because of small resolution, these LiDAR systems doesn't fullfill the OEM requirements.
With this problem in mind we at the Hybrid Lidar Systems set it our goal to change this.

How we solve this

We are developing our own new imager from scratch to solve the challenge with smaller resolution .
With this new imager will be equipped our new LiSSA Automotive Grade LiDAR Sensors, which will enable the autonomous driving.

LiSSA Automotive Corner

Our LiDAR sensor LiSSA Automotive Corner is suitable for many Corner applications. The sensor is also purely solid state, using a 2D SPAD detector.  The sensor has verysmall dimensions, so it can be installed in a very space-saving way.

LiSSA Automotive Long Range

LiSSA Automotive Long Range is suitable for detecting small objects at the range over 200 m.  

The compact LiSSA offers versatile integration options within the vehicle chassis.


In the headlight

Placing LiSSA LiDAR sensors in the headlights can help mitigate blind spots by providing continuous monitoring of the vehicle's surroundings. This reduces the likelihood of accidents caused by overlooked objects or vehicles in the driver's blind spots.

Behind the windshield

By integrating LiSSA Long Range LiDAR sensor seamlessly into the windshield, car manufacturers can maintain the vehicle's sleek design and aesthetics while still incorporating advanced sensing technology for safety and autonomy.

In the side mirror

LiSSA Corner - short range LiDAR sensor can detect objects and obstacles around the vehicle with high precision and accuracy. By placing them in side mirrors, blind spots can be effectively monitored, reducing the risk of collisions during lane changes or maneuvers.