Velodyne Lidar Signs Multi-Year Agreement with Yamaha Motor
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eve auto, an autonomous goods transport service from eve autonomy, a joint venture between Yamaha Motor and
Yamaha Motor is using Velodyne’s Puck lidar sensors to provide localization and navigation capabilities for their eve auto all-in-one automated conveyance service. Velodyne’s lidar sensors enable the small electric vehicles to navigate factory facilities autonomously.
eve auto is a full-service solution that provides customers with a quick set up that does not require any construction. Built for both indoor and outdoor applications that allows customers to transport goods autonomously, eve auto has a towing capacity of 1500 kg and can navigate slopes up to 7 degrees and gaps up to 3 cm. With operational support offering fleet management and mapping services, eve auto’s subscription model provides customers access to maintenance and the latest software. eve auto’s autonomous capabilities are enabled by Velodyne’s lidar technology and can be connected with existing infrastructures and external systems through web API.
“Velodyne’s versatile and high performing sensors help eve auto provide a robust automated solution for our customers,” said
“Yamaha Motor’s eve auto is transforming the factory logistics industry by offering a complete package solution of autonomous transport,” said
For more information, contact Velodyne Sales at 669.275.2526 or email@example.com.
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