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  • (air whooshing)

  • (soft music)

  • - When we started the company,

  • we recognized that manufacturing of the product

  • was gonna to be as hard

  • if not harder than the underlying architecture.

  • Taking a sophisticated optoelectronic product

  • like a lidar system

  • and deploying it in a high-volume,

  • high-quality, scaled, low-cost environment.

  • Luminar made the decision on the front-end

  • that we needed to own that challenge.

  • If you simply throw it over the wall to someone else

  • that doesn't have the experience that we do,

  • ultimately, it would become a problem.

  • So, from the very onset,

  • we were investing in our advanced manufacturing capabilities

  • alongside the product engineering capabilities

  • with the ultimate goal

  • of creating the most manufacturable lidar in the industry.

  • And that makes us unique in the industry.

  • We've not seen any other lidar company

  • really aggressively tackling

  • owning the hard problem of manufacturability

  • like Luminar has.

  • (bright music)

  • - Here are at Celestica in Monterrey, Mexico,

  • where the first Iris units are coming off the assembly line.

  • Luminar is super excited

  • to have picked Celestica as our manufacturing partner

  • based on the infrastructure they have here,

  • based on their expertise in building complex products,

  • and also the staff and the team members they have

  • with the right skill levels for building Iris.

  • So, here we have our SMT line, this is where we build PCBAs.

  • We have screen printers, solder-paste inspection,

  • pick-and-place equipment,

  • reflow oven, end-of-line inspection.

  • This line builds PCBAs to automotive quality standards.

  • And that's just one component

  • that goes into the Iris sensor,

  • which gets integrated into our clean room

  • in a different part of the factory.

  • (bright music)

  • - So, here, in the Celestica clean room,

  • we execute all of the process steps

  • to put together the final Iris sensor.

  • Those process steps were developed

  • in our advanced manufacturing facility in Orlando,

  • and we copied exactly those same process steps

  • here at Celestica in Monterey.

  • As part of the setup here at Celestica in Mexico,

  • we have equipment, we have infrastructure,

  • but also very importantly, we have a skilled staff.

  • Part of the process, is training that staff.

  • (speaking in Spanish)

  • - Okay.

  • (speaking in Spanish)

  • - We integrate a lot of different components in the sensor.

  • Some of those key components

  • we get from other partners that we work with.

  • One of those partners, is Fabrinet.

  • Fabrinet expertise is an optical, Opto-electronics,

  • micro-electronics manufacturing.

  • So, they manufacturer key parts of our sensor,

  • and those assemblies are then delivered here in Mexico

  • for integration into the final product and the final Iris.

  • (soft music)

  • The way this clean room is set up,

  • we actually sequentially follow

  • the number of different process steps

  • that we've developed in our pilot line,

  • and then we go up to calibration and test in our ATP room.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - So, as part of this qualification

  • and calibration and validation room,

  • we have a number of different stations

  • that we're setting up.

  • The one of the interesting ones here, is reflectors.

  • So, with the reflective station,

  • we actually calibrate our ability to see,

  • for the sensor to see different gray-scale values.

  • So, in this case, we have a sensor looking down the line,

  • we have a number of different targets set up down the line

  • that the sensor looks at,

  • and we calibrate reflectors.

  • On the other side of this room,

  • we have our long-distance calibration.

  • (bright music)

  • That's where we look at targets at 200 meters,

  • 350 meters, different distances.

  • And same thing,

  • we calibrate the sensors ability

  • to look across those different distances.

  • After all the processes in this room,

  • all of the calibrations and validations

  • that we do with the sensor,

  • the sensor leaves this room off to the pack-out area,

  • where the sensors are packed out,

  • and then ready for shipping to our customers.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - As we achieve success

  • in scaling our manufacturing in Mexico,

  • this gives us the volume and the capability

  • to start supplying

  • to a much larger part of the global automotive industry,

  • and really positions and solidifies Luminar's position

  • in making autonomy, both safe and ubiquitous.

  • (soft music)

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