Innoviz Technologies teams up with EDOM Technology to quicken business development

By | August 6, 2021

Innoviz Technologies, a top provider of high-performance, solid-state LiDAR sensors and perception software, and EDOM Technology, a prominent electronics distributor based in Taiwan, announced a partnership to drive sales and enhance support initiatives for Innoviz’s LiDAR solutions in the Greater China region.

EDOM Technology will influence its relationships with major manufacturers as well as its large staff of sales and support personnel to accelerate adoption of Innoviz’s LiDAR solutions in the world’s largest automobile market. Further, EDOM Technology will increase Innoviz’s footprint into adjacent market segments, including security, construction, agriculture, robotics, drone, rail, industrial, IoT, smart city, and marine transport.

The partnership with EDOM further fortifies Innoviz’s presence in Asia and complements Innoviz’s existing relationships with top Tier 1 suppliers HiRain Technologies and Harman International Industries, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, in Asia.

Omer Keilaf, CEO and co-founder of Innoviz said that the company was committed to bring the most reliable and highest-resolution LiDAR to market for a wide range of applications ranging from automotive to agriculture. “We are delighted to partner with a strong and well-established distribution company like EDOM to expand our market presence in the Greater China area,” Keilaf added.

Wayne Tseng, Chairman of EDOM Technology said that the company always chooses the most innovative and cutting-edge technologies to support. “We see InnovizOne as the optimal partner for autonomous driving systems and are proud to partner with a technology leader like Innoviz.  We look forward to developing and realizing automotive and non-automotive business opportunities initially within Greater China and ultimately across the continent at large,” Tseng added.


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