LiDAR technology can be applied to vehicle navigation systems to help drones, autonomous vehicles (AVs), regular ground vehicles and vessels detect and avoid obstacles and navigate safely through unknown environments.

Our LiDAR-based vehicle navigation (LVN) system will improve vehicle and passenger safety, facilitate the movement of people and goods in harsh environments, and enable your next generation of vehicles to be fully automated. It gives vehicle operators the flexibility to make their own informed judgments or let the system take over, thus preventing driver error and increasing driver confidence.


In modern and future transportation systems, LiDAR-based navigation will play an important role in improving the safety, autonomy and operation of vehicles, including autonomous vehicles, vessels, trucks and drones. It has the ability to understand the vehicle and its surrounding environment to deliver autonomous and semi-autonomous driving assistance.

Combined with object-recognition, machine-vision and deep-learning technology, the ApoSys LVN system can be used for obstacle detection and avoidance to navigate safely through complex and challenging environments. The point cloud outputs from the LiDAR sensor provide the data and analysis to determine potential obstacles existing in the environment and the best route to achieve the destination.


Resistance to ambient lighting

The system works independently of external light sources of light so it can work in the darkness and brightness.

Simultaneous location feedback

Active monitoring and real-time data processing allows for dynamic obstacle avoidance and route planning.

Multiple sensor integration

This hardware structure provides the best result from various environments, different tasks and multi-purposes.

Application Cases

Object proximity warning and collision avoidance

Vehicle approaching assistance

Autonomous vehicle navigation

Drone navigation in enclosed inaccessible space

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