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January 09, 2020 Thursday 03:03:42 PM IST

Intel Launches RealSense Lidar Camera

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Intel has announced the launch of RealSense lidar camera L515, the world's smallest and most power-efficient, high resolution lidar that captures millions of depth points per second. It has an ability to generate 23 million accurate depth points per second, making it perfect for a wide variety of applications. It is perfect for some indoor uses such as health, retail, robotics and measurement. The logistics industry is one market that can benefit from the L515’s high resolution and full scene perception. Companies looking for inventory management automation will benefit from precise volumetric measurement of products, enabling an accurate state of inventory at all times. Many other applications for the L515 can be found in 3D scanning, healthcare, retail, robotics and more.

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