Startup Soon to Build Sensors for Autonomous Cars


By Alexandria Sage SAN FRANCISCO, April 13 (Reuters) - Luminar, a Silicon Valley start-up, is getting ready to manufacture its laser-based sensor for self-driving cars, a key component that would improve vehicle safety, the company said on Thursday. Founded in 2012 by two photonics experts, Luminar has kept a low profile in the race between automakers, startups and major technology companies to roll out self-driving cars for the masses. Luminar is ramping up a manufacturing facility in ...


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