With a complete portfolio of LiDAR sensors, AI perception and IC chipsets, RoboSense transforms conventional 3D LiDAR sensors with comprehensive data analysis and interpretation systems. Its mission is to innovate outstanding hardware and AI capabilities to create smart solutions that enable robots, including autonomous vehicles, to have perception capabilities superior to humans.
RoboSense is headquartered in Shenzhen, China. With a market-oriented strategy, RoboSense provides customers with various Smart LiDAR perception system solutions, including MEMS LiDAR, mechanical LiDAR, fusion hardware, and perception software.
Robosense and OxTS mobile mapping vehicle
OxTS and RoboSense
With the release of OxTS Georeferencer 2.5, OxTS announced integrations with a range of RoboSense LiDAR sensors.
OxTS’ range of survey and mapping specific Inertial Navigation Systems, including the Survey+ v3 and xNAV650 work seamlessly alongside a wide range of RoboSense LiDAR sensors.
By combining our highly accurate INS data (position, heading, pitch/roll and timing) with raw data from a Robosense device, users can produce an accurate 3D representations of the world around them.
By fusing the two sets of data using pointcloud processing software OxTS Georeferencer, surveyors can benefit from:
- Quicker time to survey
- High-quality, repeatable data
- More consistent output
- Increased ROI
“RoboSense and OXTS Georeferencer have been seamlessly integrated, providing our customers with a solution that allows them to effortlessly leverage the benefits of RoboSense LiDAR in conjunction with the OXTS Georeferencer.”
Mark Xu, Director of Overseas Business, RoboSense
Whether you need to create a digital map for autonomous vehicle navigation purposes, or you have a requirement to produce a pointcloud for a survey customer, OxTS Georeferencer can help.
OxTS Georeferencer will take the navigation measurements from any INS, and at the touch of button, georeference the LiDAR data from a range of RoboSense sensors enabling quick, simple and accurate, 3D pointcloud creation.
Furthermore, users can use their existing navigation data to boresight their payload using a simple data-driven method.
The data is fused using OxTS Georeferencer and can be viewed in many pointcloud viewer software applications.
LiDAR Surveying Brochure
OxTS inertial navigation systems provide users with absolute position and highly accurate inertial measurement information. This information allows them to georeference pointclouds from multiple LiDAR sensors.
These measurements help increase survey repeatability, cut down the time to survey, intelligently analyse data, improve final results and increase project ROI.
Read the OxTS LiDAR Surveying brochure to find out more.
Boresight Calibration Brochure
Failure to align the coordinate frames of an INS and LiDAR sensor precisely enough can lead to blurring and double-vision in pointclouds.
OxTS’ experience in calibration techniques has allowed us to develop a data-driven approach to boresighting. The method gives users the ability to calibrate the coordinate frames of their INS and LiDAR to a tenth of a degree in minutes.
Read the Boresight Calibration brochure to find out how.