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Rick Yoder
FAE, Velodyne Lidar

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Worked at velodyne for the past 8 years as an audio product development technician. The last year and a half as the Field Applications Engineer for our new Lidar devision.

Sessions

General
Location: Regency Ballroom
Bruce Hall (Velodyne Acoustics, Inc.), Rick Yoder (Velodyne Lidar)
Velodyne’s Lidar sensor approaches Lidar imaging in a whole new way. Unlike traditional single laser sensors that provide a trickle of data, the Velodyne sensor uses 64 lasers to provide a comparable flood. This session gives a brief background of Velodyne and shows its new sensor, called the HDL-64E, in action. Read more.