Keywords: LiDAR; LSLiDAR; Upgrade; Environmental Interference; Point Cloud; Mirror Interference; Mapping, Navigation; Robot Positioning
As the LiDAR market rapidly expands, it is being widely and deeply applied in various fields. Environmental factors have become key in interfering with the effective operation of LiDAR. Therefore, improving LiDAR’s resistance to environmental interference is crucial.
LiDAR is commonly used as a mapping tool, possessing huge potential in scenario mapping due to its high measurement accuracy, good directivity, and rapid mapping abilities. However, there are certain challenges and drawbacks. For instance, when scanning in indoor environments, LiDAR may encounter glass transmittance or reflection. If the LiDAR’s detection ability is not strong, it can result in missed detections or false positives, and cause virtual images that prevent effective perception, thereby interfering with environmental mapping via point clouds.
As illustrated, in an indoor corridor with mirror, when the emitted light beam scans the mirror at a large incident angle, the energy of the light reflected back from the glass is very weak and cannot be detected. This is because most of the emitted light is reflected out through the mirror and is only detected after it scans other real targets with stronger reflection ability and reflects back along the original path. Consequently, false point clouds appear along the extension line of the incident angle in a mirror-like manner, thereby affecting subsequent robot positioning and navigation.
LSLiDAR C series LiDAR has undergone a comprehensive upgrade to truly help customers break through and solve the mirrored interference caused by mirrors during scanning and mapping. The new generation of LiDAR has a higher imaging quality due to its optomechanical architecture. Equipped with unique algorithms and sensor technology, it exhibits excellent collimation ability, improving both emission and light collection efficiency. At the same time, the design of hardware sensitivity is expanded to minimize point cloud interference, helping to quickly and effectively recognize signals and accurately map, providing effective data for stable robot operation.
LSLiDAR always adheres to “Professionalism, Innovation, and Quality”, deeply excavates industry pain points, and creates value for customers with distinctively perceptual products, while maintaining powerful performance and compatibility, fully implemented in various fields.