What is Falcon Prime LiDar?

Seyond offers an image-grade, ultra-long range, AI LiDAR (light detection and ranging) sensor that comes equipped with a built-in, high-performance GPU for efficient deep learning, data-based accuracy for precise results, and a clear frontal field of view providing reliable detection of vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists at intersections.  

In most cases only two sensors will be needed to cover all four approaches. With its high-resolution 3D data accurate detection and data availability is ensured, regardless of weather and lighting conditions. That means this is a true 24/7 solution. 


How it works


Simple deployment

Falcon Prime’s design helps customers streamline hardware configuration, effectively reducing the complexity of deployment and improve maintenance efficiency


Precision with clarity

Falcon Prime has maximum detection range of 500 meters and ultra-high resolution of 0.09°×0.08°, up to 10x the resolution of other LiDAR. Seeing small obstacles over a long distance ensures the perception and safety requirements of smart transportation


Range of applications

Falcon Prime’s advanced technology provides exceptional results when it comes to any smart intersection or ITS application, from pedestrian safety and V2X to traffic optimization and data. 

Key Features

Detection Range

2m~500m (250m@10%) 

Field of View (HxV)


Best Angular Resolution (HxV) 


Vertical Scan Lines 

150 Lines @10FPS 

Frame Rate 


Power Consumption


Where is it used?

Falcon advanced technology can be applied for both city and highway to enable a big step forward in smart infrastructure of transportation. 

One sensor can simultaneously provide the following use-cases: 

Real-time monitoring and incident detection

  • Vehicle: from stop bar to advanced detection 
  • Pedestrian and bicycle: crosswalk, path 
  • Connected vehicle applications 
  • Adaptive traffic management 
  • Queue monitoring and Ramp metering 
  • Wrong-way driver detection on the ramp 


Data collection

  • Position, Speed, and Heading of all objects 
  • Vehicle Count and Classification, by lane and direction 
  • Pedestrian counts and safety data such as near misses 
  • Volume, Speed, Occupancy 
  • Various signal performance measures/traffic counts