Advanced sensors and tools for robotics
Don't let your robot move blindly! You will find here our range of advanced sensors for robotics such as high performance LiDARs that can equip autonomous cars, or highly accurate GPS navigation systems.
There are 78 products.
The UWB Starter Kit offers a complete pack of ultra-wideband (UWB) precision geolocation equipment. Very easy to use, accurate and responsive, it is an ROS geolocation module intended primarily for research and higher education.
Ouster’s OS0 LiDAR is an effective aid to robotic navigation. It’s small, light and comes in three versions, each with 4 laser beam options, for highly accurate path analysis in real time.
The RoboSense RS-Bpearl 3D laser range finder offers an extended field of view and effective blind spot detection for equipping robots and automated equipment without breaking the bank.
Looking for a way to make your robot’s movements more precise? Do you want your mobile robot to be able to avoid obstacles and follow certain markers? By connecting a UST-10LX Scanning Laser Range Finder to your creation you will make it even more autonomous, even more responsive to its immediate surroundings!
The OS1 LiDAR is another model from the Ouster OS series, offering a range of 120 metres, different configurations, high-definition output data, and an image reproduction almost as accurate as a video recording.
This evaluation kit for the u-blox 7 GNSS positioning module makes developing projects involving geolocation easier. If you’re looking for an efficient solution at low energy cost, this kit was designed for you!
It took 10 years of development and the creation of some D400 models for Intel® RealSense to ultimately produce one of the best depth cameras on the market. The D455 3D camera by Intel RealSense offers an increased range of up to 10 metres, while maintaining precise vision of both depth and colour.
RS-Fusion-P3 from Robosense is a complete and advanced obstacle detection system. It integrates 2 sets of 16 beam LiDAR and 1 set of 32 beam LiDAR to develop your autonomous driving system.
The most popular laser range finder from Hokuyo. Thousands of robots accross the world use this sensor recognised for its accuracy and its robustness.