Key Features

  • Support of multiple LiDAR architectures, including 3D flash and hybrid flash designs
  • Signal acquisition and pre-processing with up to 5 billion samples per second (with LCA3 SoC)
  • Parallel acquisition mode: multi-SoC combined and synched to increase acquisition channels and FoV
  • Designed for functional safety (ISO-26262 ASIL-B)
  • Automotive-grade (AEC-Q100)

The Versatile Engine at the Core of the LiDAR Platform

LeddarEngine’s SoC and signal processing software deliver the range, resolution and detection performance required to support the highest levels of autonomous driving for a wide variety of vehicles.

LeddarEngine enables Tier-1 suppliers and AD system integrators to design their own differentiated LiDAR solutions by providing the technology, tools and resources they need to meet the specific requirements of various mobility applications.

The Fastest, Safest Path to Market

Leveraging affordable, readily available technologies, the LeddarEngine shortens development cycles and accelerates the path to high-volume manufacturing to meet the expected ramp-up of mass-market demand.

With its ability to support various types of designs and components, including many options for light sources and wavelengths, photodetectors, illumination and beam steering methods, LeddarEngine enables and enhances multiple types of solid-state LiDARs.

Patented Automotive-Grade Technology

Developed to meet the automotive industry’s stringent requirements, the LeddarEngine allows customers to design and mass-produce SSLs that meet functional safety (ISO-26262 ASIL-B) and reliability (AEC-Q100) requirements. The LeddarEngine integrates LeddarTech’s proprietary signal acquisition and processing algorithms, which enhances LiDAR’s detection range and accuracy, for optimized performance-to-cost ratios.

Diagram of components and functions of the LeddarEngine LiDAR core

Key Platform Benefits


  • Single architecture enables solutions across the AD performance range, from L2 to L5
  • Ability to meet high-volume production requirements
  • Ecosystem partnerships support rapid deployment and ramp-up of core technologies


Optimal Cost/Performance

  • Disruptive model allows the selection of building blocks and components according to market needs
  • Platform developed to enable higher performance from lower-cost, standard components
  • Modular approach allows volume aggregation from multiple end customers to reduce production costs


  • Directly compatible with a wide variety of LiDAR technologies
  • Allows Tier-1s and OEMs to meet various use cases with a single platform
  • Architecture and software compatibility enable central architecture or local processing



  • SoC architecture and software library designed to meet ISO 20262 functional safety standard
  • Ecosystem partners developing core components to meet automotive-grade requirements
  • Roadmap supports multiple generations of automotive integration meeting AECQ-100

LeddarCore SoC Comparison


The power of the Ecosystem

Comprised of world-class technology leaders, the Leddar Ecosystem provides automotive Tier-1 suppliers and AD system integrators with various prequalified components, software, systems and other solutions for use in the design of automotive-grade LiDAR solutions based on the LeddarEngine. Learn More

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