In today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re talking about business, materials, dental, and software. Velodyne Lidar has announced a multi-year sales agreement with Local Motors.
Filamania has launched its Philament electrical filament product line, and PostProcess is partnering with Orthodent Laboratory to automate surface finishing and resin removal for orthodontic solutions. Finally, KeyShot 3D rendering software now supports full-color, multi-material Stratasys 3D printers. Velodyne Lidar and Local Motors Announce Sales Agreement Public pure-play lidar company Velodyne Lidar, Inc. ( Nasdaq: VLDR ), which invented real-time surround view lidar sensors, has announced a multi-year sales agreement with sustainable mobility solutions provider Local Motors , which manufactures digital vehicles such as its self-driving, 3D printed, electric Olli shuttle . Several of Velodyne’s Puck lidar sensors , which provide a 360° high-resolution surround view and rich computer perception data, are used by Local Motors to help Olli achieve reliable, safe operation in campuses, neighborhoods, and city centers by eliminating blind spots. As part of the agreement, Local Motors will incorporate other Velodyne sensors, such as the Velarray H800 , into its Olli 2.0 designs so the autonomous vehicle’s perception system can be improved. “With Olli, Local Motors is empowering communities to redefine […]
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