The Over-The-Air Good Life

Ouster’s Products Were Designed to Be Updated. A Lot.

At Ouster, whether you’re an electrical engineer, a firmware engineer, a mechanical engineer or an optical engineer, you code. As a team and a culture, we made the decision to hire and train every engineer to contribute to our software stack in addition to their stated role, and it means we have considerable resources devoted to improving all aspects of the sensor firmware.

More Range. More Modes.

One of the most exciting changes in our inaugural firmware update is a modification to the core lidar detection algorithm that improves sensor ranging performance while simultaneously reducing the false return rate. At a high level the algorithm better accounts for the unique statistical properties of our sensors to increase detection sensitivity and confidence. The range improvement is anywhere from 5% to 15% and is especially effective for low reflectivity targets.

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Raffi Mardirosian
Ouster to showcase technology at CES and Detroit Auto Show 2018; announces OS-1 research pricing

Ouster, a San Francisco-based developer of high performance LIDAR technology, announced today that it will be demonstrating its technology at two major upcoming industry exhibitions this month: the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from January 9th - January 12th, and the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit from January 14th - January 18th

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Raffi Mardirosian