LiDAR Patent Lawsuit: Velodyne Files Complaint against Hesai and RoboSense in the U.S.

Velodyne Lidar announced that it has filed a patent infringement complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against Hesai Photonics Technology and Suteng Innovation Technology, which is also known as RoboSense.


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Velodyne Lidar accused the Hesai and RoboSense of violating of section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 which makes unfair methods of competition and importation of certain products into the United States unlawful. Earlier this week, Velodyne also filed patent infringement complaints against Hesai and RoboSense in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

Velodyne is asking the ITC to investigate these LiDAR manufacturers for unlawfully importing and selling LiDAR sensors that infringe Velodyne’s patented LiDAR technology (U.S. Patent 7,969,558). Velodyne requests the ITC issue permanent limited exclusion orders and cease and desist orders against Hesai and RoboSense to stop the importation and sale of rotating 3D LiDAR devices and products in the United States that infringe Velodyne’s patents.

“Velodyne Lidar is the inventor of surround view LiDAR,” said David Hall, Founder & CEO, Velodyne Lidar. “We are an invention-based company and vigorously defend our intellectual property to enable us to keep investing in and innovating our technology.”

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