Credent Technology Sells Velodyne HDL 64E to Singapore’s Major Research Lab

October 2010, Singapore – A major research laboratory in Singapore has placed an order for a Velodyne HDL 64E. The HDL 64 E is the same rotating laser scanner senor that was recently featured by Google in its driverless car and headlined by major news agencies, sending ripples throughout the internet:(

Several HDL 64E units have also been acquired by various other local organizations, with installations on "driverless" terrestrial, as well as marine vehicles.

The HDL 64E produces up to 15 frames per second, of a 360 degree "scene" – made up of densely placed laser measurements – at up to 1.3 million measured points per second. This huge amount of information is enough to allow artificial intelligence software to make "sense" about objects detected up to 150 metres all the way around whatever it is mounted on.

"Credent is pleased to be partners with Velodyne Lidar Inc., in supporting the sales of Velodyne’s HDL series of sensors. We are already witnessing the Velodyne Lidar sensors assuming smaller form factorssuch as the newly launched HDL32and becoming less expensive. With all its associated benefits, we certainly hope the dream of "driverless" or computer-assisted driving can become a reality." said Joseph Ow Yong, Regional Sales Manager,Credent Technology Asia.

About Credent Technology Asia Pte Ltd
Established since 1982, Credent serves government and private enterprise clients in a range of geo spatial industries throughout Southeast Asia. Among customers includes every one of the national survey and mapping agencies, defense mapping agencies, most national land information systems (LIS) and telecommunications companies and water utilities. Credent also supports natural resource mapping, cadastral mapping and civil engineering, utility asset mapping, urban mapping and urban visualisation. For more information visit

About Velodyne LiDAR , Inc
Velodyne LiDAR, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of high definition LiDAR sensors. Headquartered in Morgan Hill, California, the company’s HDL-64E and HDL-32E sensors are used in a variety of military and commercial autonomous vehicle applications as well as 3-D mapping, surveying and other applications. For more information visit