China Daily: Chinese LiDar startup Benewake teams up with US tech firm Jabil to mass-produce new generation LiDar
Chinese article by 爱集微
English Editor 张未名
01-10 18:28

Chinese tech company Benewake(北醒光子科技) is partnering with the US company Jabil on the mass production and delivery of its new generation LiDar technologies for automobiles, reported ChinaDaily on January 10.

The two companies will work together on the mass production and delivery of Benewake's new generation 512 lines high-performance automotive-grade LiDar AD2. Benewake announced the partnership at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Li Yuan, CEO of Benewake, said the delivery of automotive-grade LiDar AD2 will empower driving safety to vehicles through high-specification, high-quality and high-efficiency manufacturing, which is the primary condition Benewake considers about mass production.

Founded in 2015, Benewake is a Beijing-based startup that focuses on autonomous driving, rail transit, civil aviation, shipping and other sectors by combining LiDar technologies with efficient industrial solutions.

Under a strategic agreement, Benewake will work with Jabil to industrialize and deploy a dedicated LiDar production line to meet automotive standards, said ChinaDaily.

Jabil's manufacturing experience, global supply chain management and quality control in the field of automotive-grade electronics production, complements Benewake's deep technology experience in the field of LiDar, Benawake said in a statement.

(Greg Gao)

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