Practical Not Perfect, Design Trade-offs for Successful Optoelectronic Product Development
Commercially successful optoelectronic products must meet both the performance and SWaP-C2 (size, weight, power, cost, compliance) requirements. Explore the challenges faced by every optical engineering team tasked with converting a concept to a manufacturable product in fewest number of iterations and navigate the world of trade-offs associated with optical architecture and component choices using automotive lidar as an example. Learn interesting insights into Lumotive’s innovative and commercially scalable approach to lidar.
Senior Director of Engineering