PreAct Technologies (PreAct) says its Mojave flash LiDAR sensor will be available globally through Arrow Electronics. Mojave is a high-performance, low-cost sensor solution that addresses a variety of applications including smart cities, robotics, cargo monitoring, education & university research, building monitoring, patient monitoring, agriculture, and much more. “We are excited to welcome Arrow to our partner family that will help get Mojave into the hands of those who need it,” said Paul Drysch, CEO of Oregon-based PreAct. “With Arrow’s vertical market-oriented philosophy, we are confident that the Arrow team will be able to architect solutions that meet the needs of various industries.” Mojave is the only flash LiDAR designed to meet the stringent needs of sensors in robotics, agriculture and other industrial applications. Key features of Mojave include: Depth accuracy error of less than 2% Provides more than 1.4 million points per second of depth information Has the ability to…
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Arrow Electronics has reported third-quarter 2020 sales of $7.23 billion, an increase of 2 percent from sales of $7.08 billion in the third quarter of 2019.
Arrow Electronics has reported second-quarter 2020 sales of $6.61 billion, a decrease of 10% from sales of $7.34 billion in the second quarter of 2019.
Arrow Electronics first quarter 2020 sales fell 11% to $6.38 billion from $7.16 billion in the first quarter of 2019.