Lidar, which is an abbreviation of light detection and ranging, is a technology that uses the reflections of a laser to determine the range, the position and the shape of objects in its sight. Traditionally, an oscillating mirror and a mechanical rotating sensorhead are used to change and measure the direction of the emitted and received laser pulses in the sensed environment. Lidar sensors are widely used in the mapping and surveying industry and are used to generate 3D representations of the environment. Developments in (and demand from) the robotics and autonomous vehicle industry have led to smaller, lighter, more versatile and cheaper sensors. Some examples of these developments are non-scanning lidar and solid-state scanners:
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