Karsten BronowskiKarsten Bronowski is responsible for Business Development and Sales focusing on Central and Eastern Europe. He graduated as industrial engineer in 2003 and brings experiences in the fields of detector technologies for Lidar applications, optical metrology, and machine vision. Before joining XenomatiX in 2019, he worked as Business Development Manager LiDAR at First Sensor (now part of TE), where he initially started as Key Account Manager. Previous to that he worked in cross functional sales, business development and marketing positions.
Automotive LiDAR to boost the BIM and digital twin trend
BIM and digital twin are buzz-words in the development and maintenance of public assets, automotive manufacturers invest often in smart city applications and see a merge between autonomous vehicles and public assets maintenance. This paper describes the evolution from digitization for purely automotive development to digitization that support that merge. (Autonomous) vehicles evolve to data source for which use cases extend the pure automotive market. - Automotive use cases for digitizing roads - automotive as data provider for road authorities - drastic change in the landscape of future road surveying