Phantom Intelligence

  • Full waveform flash lidar that claims high-performance metrics using mostly generic components due to its focus on signal processing rather mechanical or electrical components
  • Claims eventual manufacturing costs could be as low as $25 to $30 per unit; however, plans to license its signa...

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