Lidar technology, or light detection and ranging, is becoming more commonplace in many fields.
In its most basic form, lidar scans your environment, detecting objects and then locating them with light.
The technology can be used in many applications, including building safety barriers, mapping the environment, and even mapping the future of transportation.
In addition to being a safe way to see if you have the right people around you, the technology also has the potential to help detect things that you might not normally notice like toxic gases and hazardous materials, such as the oil spill that has occurred in the Gulf of Mexico.
Lidars can be built with sensors, cameras, and other sensors and then combined to create a three-dimensional image.
The image can then be used to calculate a distance and a direction.
In a recent patent application, the company explains how they can build a system that can calculate the distance from a point in space to a point on a 2D grid, and then use that information to detect objects and locate them.
The patent states: “The two-dimensional grid can be created by first calculating the relative distance between two points on the two-dimensional grid using a two-sided equation.
Then, the relative positions of the points can be computed from the two dimensional grid using the same equation.”
The patent also mentions the need for a laser, and mentions a process that they say is “easy, inexpensive, and portable.”
While it may seem like an impractical and expensive approach, the patent does not specify how to build the laser, but it does state that it is “a relatively simple process for fabrication of the laser.”
The image could then be combined with a lidars camera to create an image of a 3D model of the object.
LIDAR LIDARS, or Light Detection and Ranging, are small, cylindrical, and radar-based light sensors that use a beam of light to detect a moving object.
The light that passes through a lid, which is similar to the beam of a laser in terms of wavelength, is absorbed by the material surrounding the object, and can then produce an image.
Lids can be a common way to detect pollution, like hazardous materials or hazardous chemicals, and are used in a wide range of applications.
The company behind the patent, Advanced Lidare Systems, describes the technology in this way: “An integrated Lidari™ system includes a laser system, a lidari camera, a laser receiver, and a lidaria scanner.
The lidari scanner and lidari system each include a lidare sensor, a sensor array, and lidare camera.”
The company says the lidar system is “typically mounted to a vehicle or other structure, and the lidare sensors, lidare cameras, lidari sensors, and laser receivers each act as a lidarie array.
Each lidare array comprises a laser scanner, a detector array, a scanning actuator, and an image processor.”
Lidaria scanners can be mounted to any surface and can be designed to “scan, locate, and measure any object in the scene.”
The application states that the system can “detect any movement or structure in the field of view, as well as the position and direction of the movement of the target, including objects moving away from the laser field, and/or objects moving towards the laser.
The system can also detect the relative position of objects in the surrounding environment.”
Advanced LIDare Systems says their lidar scanners can produce a 3-D image that can be “referred to by its associated coordinates.”
A 3-dimensional map of an object can then then be created, and it is then “compressed and spatially indexed, and correlated to the image and its location.”
The product can then “utilize this information to identify and track the object in a 3d space.”
The idea of using lidar is that it will be able to identify objects that are in the environment that is known to be hazardous, or that may pose a hazard to the safety of the vehicle, such a building, etc.
Lidia Hildenbrand, the founder and chief product officer of Advanced Liddare Systems told Tech Insider in an email that the company has a lot of experience with lidar, and said they have been building lidar systems for the last ten years.
She added that the technology has not only been tested for safety, but also for a variety of applications in which it can help.
“In addition to safety, lidars can also be used for mapping, as lidar has been proven to be an excellent way to locate objects, as opposed to a standard radar that only sees light, and in many cases is not as accurate as radar.
The more accurate lidar provides, the safer the environment.
The safety of all of our employees and visitors are our primary concerns, so our products can be installed safely,” Hildemann said.
The application for the patent says that the Lidaris can