Driving the Future

A moving image of blue boxes and purple, green, and blue lines on a black background.
An example of highway perception captured by Luminar’s lidar, which uses boxes to symbolize other vehicles on the road.
A moving image of stick figures crossing a road.
Luminar’s pose estimation feature predicts pedestrians’ movement to order to help autonomous vehicles anticipate how they should move next.
Two men check out the interior of a car.
Co-founders Jason Eichenholz ’95MS ’98PhD and Austin Russell test out their technology inside a vehicle.
A group of men gather near two vehicles in an industrial space.
The Luminar team prepares to test a vehicle in at their office in Palo Alto, California.
Two rows of workers sit in chairs while they tinker with electronics.
Employees in Luminar’s Orlando office work to advance the company’s technology.
Lidar sensors which look like two electronic chips connected by a red strip.
By using an innovative method to utilize inGaS with silicon, Luminar has been able to reduce the cost of its receivers from tens of thousands of dollar to $3.
Two sensing platforms which look like two shiny squares of metal in a larger rectangle of metal.
Luminar’s sensing platform features a clean design.