All at a glance
Lightweight and Compact
Maximum Detection Range 1
FOV for Non-repetitive Scanning
FOV for Repetitive Line Scanning
Maximum Number of returns
Point Rate 2
Long Detection Range
The Livox Avia adjusts its detection range according to the intensity of ambient light, while maintaining noise at a low level. The detection range increases to 450m under low-light conditions (such as on a cloudy day, indoors or at night), ensuring distant objects are captured in detail.
The use of multi-line laser and high-speed scanning enable the Livox Avia to achieve a point cloud data rate of up to 240,000 points/s. The high performance device is equipped with both repetitive and non-repetitive scanning modes, to meet the needs of different scenarios.
In the non-repetitive scanning mode, as more time it provided for the system to scan the area, the coverage area ratio increases, thus improving the detection of objects and details within the FOV. This mode is suitable for the majority of use case scenarios including traditional mapping and low-speed autonomous driving.
The repetitive scanning mode enables the Livox Avia to operate more efficiently in mapping scenarios that require high precision and point cloud distribution, such as the mapping of agricultural fields, forests and hill slopes, as well as the inspection of construction sites.
Avia's long-range feature allow the mapping equipment to work at higher altitude with greater efficiency. Its special spot shape provides better resolution and range for thin objects like power lines, and its distinctive repetitive scanning mode improves the surveying and mapping precision.
In natural environment surveying and mapping scenarios, where the terrain details are critical, Avia's triple-return feature allows it to obtain more point clouds from the canopies and terrains.
In the field of mobile surveying & mapping and perception, space and weight are usually the limiting factors. Avia, with the weight less than 500g, allows integrators to address difficult design challenges. Its built-in inertial measurement unit (IMU) continuously outputs spatial posture and acceleration information, providing redundant data.
With a FOV over 70°, Avia can acquire the point cloud of a larger scenario at one time, while its long-range feature can capture more distant details. Livox's unique non-repetitive scanning mode allows Avia's point cloud coverage to rapidly approach 100% over time, generating high-density point cloud models with high resolution similar to that of a photo.
1. The actual detection range under 0 klx ambient light is 450m;
2. In the double-return mode, the point cloud data rate is 480,000 points/s;