Ouster OS-1 LiDAR sensor
Ouster has launched a new price plan for its OS-1 sensors, offering reduced pricing for research and educational customers. The OS-1 includes Ouster's anti-interference technology, and it is applicable to both intra- and inter-vehicle sensor noise. The sensor was on display at CES and the North American International Auto Show.
"We are excited to show the world our technology at these leading industry events," said CEO and Co-founder Angus Pacala. "The reception to the Ouster OS-1 platform has been incredible since we launched in December, and we look forward to getting the product in the hands of all interested roboticists. In addition, to continue our support of universities and other non-profit research institutions, we are announcing new pricing of $8,000 per sensor for these entities— to ensure that leading academics can further their research with access to the best sensing technology."
Ouster emerged from stealth in December, announcing the launch of the company's new OS-1 model LiDAR, and $27 million in Series A funding. The company says that its OS-1 represents a step-change in LiDAR sensing technology that is available on the market today, with marked improvements in mass, form factor, and power requirements. The 64-channel LiDAR sensor has begun shipping to customers.