With the popularity of artificial intelligence (AI), smart sensors have entered a new era, gaining entirely new applications in automated guided vehicles (AGVs), mobile robots, collaborative robots, and self-driving robots, making robot operations more flexible. Laser sensors support the positioning, mapping, and navigation of mobile robots, as well as coordinated movement or docking, collision avoidance, and more. It is believed that the application of sensors in artificial intelligence will become more and more mature in the future, and more complex applications may be developed.
Robot Obstacle Avoidance
In the process of working or moving, the robot will continue to encounter various obstacles, such as fixed walls, pedestrians suddenly intruding, and other mobile devices. If it cannot judge and respond in time, a collision will occur. cause losses. The Seakeda laser ranging sensor enables the robot to have "eyes" to measure the distance from the robot to the obstacle, and to react in time and avoid it, taking every step well. Advantages of laser distance sensors: fast response, accurate, small and lightweight, easy to integrate. Recommend Product
Seakeda's low-power, high-frequency, and small-sized laser ranging sensors are widely used in drones. By carrying seakeda laser ranging radar in different positions, the drone can help it realize functions such as height determination and assisted landing. The long distance ranging lidar can detect the distance information on the ground in real time and feed it back to the drone, so that the drone can adjust the descent speed or flight altitude in time during the descent or hovering process to complete inspections, security, commercial flights, etc. diverse assignments. Recommend Product