Improving Automation for Off-Road Industrial Vehicles

From factories to mining sites, an increasing number of industrial vehicles are being equipped with environmental perception solutions aimed at providing advanced driver assistance capabilities, increasing productivity or fully automating the vehicles’ operations.

Delivering 360° perception in real-time and state-of-the-art unidentified obstacle detection based on raw data fusion from LiDARs, radars, cameras and other sensors, LeddarVision offers customizable, high-performance environmental perception solutions for all levels of industrial vehicle autonomy.

Construction and Mining



LeddarVision Key Features

  • Object detection, classification and tracking
  • Real-time, 360-degree coverage
  • 3D bounding boxes
  • Position, orientation, velocity
  • Drivable area segmentation
  • Bird’s-eye-view occupancy grid

LeddarVision Key Benefits

  • Unclassified obstacle detection
  • Agnostic to sensor type and configuration
  • Reduction in overall perception harware cost
  • Robust performance at nighttime
  • Detection in harsh environmental conditions
  • High dynamic range resistance

LeddarVision in Extreme Conditions

Failed Camera Conditions

Degraded Sensors Conditions

Blinding Light Conditions

Night, Rain, and Snow Conditions

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