Quanergy Showcases Virtual Border Security at CES
January 9, 2019
At the Consumer Electronics Show, Quanergy showcased several of its advanced LiDAR applications. Quanergy made the US debut of the 6 WATCH Virtual Surveillance Partner (VSP).
The VSP is a security system that uses dual LiDAR and video technology along with data analytics to alert public safety officers to out-of-sight security threats and offers force multiplier communication to fellow first responders. The system, which will be mounted on a 2019 Dodge Charger, will be powered by a combination of Quanergy’s M8 and S3 LiDAR sensors.
Quanergy hosted customer presentations from key partners as well as
demonstrate several other applications in partnership with global
LiDAR USA: On display will be Quanergy’s LiDAR integrated into a drone from LiDAR USA, which has developed a mapping system for drones that use Quanergy’s sensors to scan, image and navigate during flight. Mapping drones are used to provide GIS (Geographic Information System), surveying, civil engineering, agriculture, forensics, BIM (Building Information Modeling) and heritage mapping solutions.
Cartivator SkyDrive: A scale replica of the flying vehicle from Toyota-backed Cartivator, which includes Quanergy LiDAR sensors, will be on display. This vehicle is designed to be the most compact flying car, giving it easy maneuverability and allowing it to take off and land anywhere without the need for infrastructure. Cartivator's first target is to use the flying car to light the Olympic flame at Tokyo's 2020 Summer Olympics.
Systems released its final bookings growth numbers for year ended
December 31, 2018 and plans for continued progress over the next year as
the company continues to supply its advanced LiDAR technology across a
variety of industries. The total addressable market (TAM) of LiDAR
across these industries is expected to grow at 58% CAGR and reach $7
billion in 2025.