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Base Sensor (TRX)


Opsys' proprietary technology uses fully addressable 2D VCSEL arrays combined with a single chip SPAD array for high performance at low cost. This transmitter-receiver is known as Opsys’ TRX which is the base sensor that underlies all the technology.

Opsys' multi wavelength technology enables different sensor installations with a flexible field of view (FOV), with no interference, while maximizing scan rate and eliminating dead zones. Integration of the TRX is performed by a LiDAR Control Unit (LCU) that provides a single 5D point cloud (x,y,z, intensity and ambient data).

Opsys’ groundbreaking LiDAR solution allows multi-measurements per point which increases ‘signal to noise ratio’ and ‘single point probability of detection’ to higher levels compared with any other LiDAR technology. Opsys technology can focus on multiple regions simultaneously. No moving parts allows for 24/7 operation. This also offers the huge benefit of ensuring there are no mechanical failures over time, which increases the LiDAR's lifetime expectancy well beyond any other solution on the market today. Opsys LiDAR works in extreme temperatures (from -40°C to +85°C) and in all weather conditions.


Multiple TRX Setup

Opsys’ solution brings significant value to automotive and industrial customers by providing high-performance as well as flexible LiDAR systems for a variety of applications. The system supports any requested field of view (FOV) using multiple angular resolutions for each direction as required by specific applications or use cases. For example, Opsys’ high resolution lens is used for long distance with a narrow FOV so is good for front-sensing use cases such as L3+ in automotive solutions, whereas conversely Opsys’ low resolution lens is for short-range with a wide FOV – perfect for the sides of a vehicle. Along with Opsys’ medium resolution lens, which has a mid-range and FOV, using all the different lenses together at various points around a vehicle, full autonomy can be achieved.

This unique Lego Brick approach, enabled by Opsys’ innovative system structure, that can be built from multiple base sensors (the TRX), can be aggregated into a complete package. Partners can choose to receive raw data from each TRX, a single point-cloud or from the LCU via a 1GbE ethernet connection.


Wafer scale process

Cost-Saving & Competitive

A modular system

Eye Safety

Class 1

Flexible Solution

Build any FOV & resolution


Designed for mass production

Extreme Reliability

Automotive-grade accuracy


0.4° up to 0.1° & higher if required

Ultra Fast Scanning

30 FPS post 16/32 averaged

Features & Benefits

The TRX is smaller than the size of a credit card

When separating the base sensor from the LCU itself by using Opsys' remote TRX solution (OPSENS Sat and ALTOS Sat) Opsys' LiDAR can be used, not only for autonomous driving, but in numerous industrial applications. There are a myriad of use cases, for example in robotics, where there is simply not enough space to integrate traditional LiDAR sensors. This is where Opsys' ATLOS Sat, with its extremely small size, is the perfect solution.

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