Ouster’s Next Step: 128 Channel Lidar Sensors, Long Range, and an Ultra-Wide Field of View

OS0: Ultra-wide field of view lidar The OS0-128 represents a major breakthrough in ultra-wide field of view lidar. In a class of its own from day one, the OS0’s 95-degree vertical field of view and 128 channel laser array provide unparalleled near-range visibility with enough resolution for perception and object classification.  Combined with a minimum Read more about Ouster’s Next Step: 128 Channel Lidar Sensors, Long Range, and an Ultra-Wide Field of View[…]

The key to interoperability in Smart Cities

The TALQ Consortium reveals in a White Paper published today many insights into its global interface standard and certification scheme for managing smart city applications including outdoor lighting networks. The document explains in detail not only the system architecture and data model, but also its functions and services. It helps cities, solution providers, project planners Read more about The key to interoperability in Smart Cities[…]

Smart Lighting sets Standard for Smart Cities

The TALQ Consortium certifies four outdoor lighting products as TALQ compliant. The four solutions are the first products of lighting industry companies to demonstrate interoperability according to the TALQ Specification. Many other leading vendors are working to integrate the TALQ interface standard into their systems and will undertake the Certification procedure soon. This standard enables Read more about Smart Lighting sets Standard for Smart Cities[…]

Smart City Protocol on its way

The TALQ Consortium formally updated its consortium scope to address smart city applications beyond smart outdoor lighting. The new objective of the TALQ Consortium is to extend its standardized software protocol for use between Central Management Systems and generic Outdoor Devices Networks to enable compatibility between systems from different verticals. As the TALQ Specification for Read more about Smart City Protocol on its way[…]