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MissionIRNewsBreaks – Cepton Inc.’s (NASDAQ: CPTN) Vista-X120 Plus Featured in FreightWaves Article

Cepton (NASDAQ: CPTN), a Silicon Valley innovator of high-performance lidar solutions, was featured in a recent article published by FreightWaves. The piece, written by Jack Daleo and titled “Cepton unveils slimmed-down lidar solution,” discusses the Vista-X120 Plus, which offers easy integration at a height of 30 mm. “As the autonomous vehicle industry begins to gather steam, manufacturers of lidar — short for light detection and ranging — are trying to do more with less. Cepton (NASDAQ: CPTN), one of the few publicly traded lidar companies in the U.S., on Tuesday unveiled the Vista-X120 Plus, billed as ‘the world’s slimmest software definable, top-end automotive lidar for real-time adaptive 3D perception.’ In other words, the system can be controlled or configured remotely via software, is well-suited for cars and vans, and uses sensors to identify obstacles both near and far,” the article reads. “But the Vista-X120 Plus’ real differentiator is its size. With a height of just 30 millimeters, the hardware component of the system can be placed on a vehicle during the OEM phase or at a later time without affecting its appearance. And compared to Cepton’s Vista-X90 lidar, Vista-X120 Plus processes data at five times the rate and boasts a field of view that is 30 degrees wider — all while being half its height. Operators can also use software to alter the sensor’s region of interest (‘ROI’) to as wide as 120 degrees and as high as 25 degrees.”

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About Cepton Inc.

Cepton is a Silicon Valley innovator of lidar-based solutions for automotive (“ADAS/AV”), smart cities, smart spaces and smart industrial applications. With its patented lidar technology, Cepton aims to take lidar mainstream and achieve a balanced approach to performance, cost and reliability, while enabling scalable and intelligent 3D perception solutions across industries. Cepton has been awarded a significant ADAS lidar series production award with Koito on the General Motors business. Cepton is also engaged with all top 10 global OEMs. Founded in 2016 and led by industry veterans with decades of collective experience across a wide range of advanced lidar and imaging technologies, Cepton is focused on the mass market commercialization of high-performance, high-quality lidar solutions. Cepton is headquartered in San Jose, California, and has a center of excellence facility in Troy, Michigan, to provide local support to automotive customers in the Metro Detroit area. Cepton also has a presence in Germany, Canada, Japan, India and China to serve a fast-growing global customer base. For more information, visit the company’s website at

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