Founded in 2016, Innovusion has core R&D teams in Silicon Valley, USA and Suzhou, China. Innovusion's long range image-grade LiDAR is a market leader in the autonomous driving industry. Products are also widely used in the field of vehicle-road collaboration, rail transit, intelligent highway and unmand mining.
The LiDAR designed for autonomous driving have been verified to pass the automotive grade. Currently, Innovusion LiDAR has been chosen as the standard configuration for NIO ET7 sedan. Relying on the advanced technologies and controllable costs, a number of leading companies in the field of vehicle-road collaboration, rail transit, intelligent highway and unmaned mining are cooperating with Innovution.
The core indicators of resolution and detection range are leading in the industry, thereby empowering extremely reliable detection systems.
High performance 1550nm LiDAR
Hybrid Solid-state design passes automotive-grade
Along with the algorithm, a cost effective and highly scalable architecture is developed
An international team with global footprint
R&D of high-end products in Silicon Valley
Strong product supply chain in China
Standard configuration of NIO ET7
Close cooperation with OEM and tier 1
Starting deployment in smart transportation and new infrastructure
Co-Founder and CEO
Junwei has a PhD in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley and has 20+ years of experience with precision instruments and optical sensors. He has managed technology ventures, having led the Autonomous Driving sensors & hardware team at Baidu, and as VP of Engineering at Tokyo Electron.
Co-Founder and CTO
Yimin has a PhD in Quantum Electronics from Peking University and has 20+ years of experience with electronics, optics and laser technology, including lidar sensors. He was Tech Lead at Velodyne Lidar, and managed tech projects at Baidu, Agilent, AOSense and GE Health.
LiDAR sample delivered
A series US $30 million
Falcon for ADAS announced
Jaguar Prime/Jaguar Prime Plus announced with computing module integrated in
Partnership with NIO
B Series US $64 Million