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August 10th, 2011
Velodyne Lidar Expands Global Reseller Network

We have chosen them for their ability to effectively market Velodyne HDL LiDAR products and we look forward to a successful and strategic long term relationship.” Said Brent Schwarz, Vice President of Velodyne LiDAR. 

The HDL-64E LiDAR sensor is a rugged sensor designed to satisfy the needs of large autonomous ground and 3-D mobile mapping vehicles. It features 64 lasers aligned across a 27° vertical Field of View (FOV). The sensor produces a 360-degree 3D point cloud at refresh rates of 5 – 20 Hz and a density of more than 1.2 million distance measurement points per second – providing several orders of magnitude more data than conventional LiDAR sensors. 

The HDL-32E LiDAR sensor is a small, lightweight and rugged sensor designed to satisfy the needs of numerous markets including autonomous navigation, 3D mobile mapping and security. It features 32 lasers aligned across a 40° vertical Field of View (FOV) and generates 700,000 distance measurement points per second. The HDL-32E is just 5.68 inches high by 3.36 inches wide and weighs 2.4 pounds.