Recently, Beijing SureStar Technology Co. Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "SureStar"), their independently developed and produced Navigation LiDAR 16-line R-Fans-16 and 32-line R-Fans-32 have obtained the Radiation Safety Certificate issued by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This sucessful application means that these two products of SureStar now can be imported into the United States for sale, and indicates SureStar's first victory of entering the US market.
In 1968, the US government issued the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act, aiming to protect the public from unnecessary radiation damage from electronic products. For this purpose, the FDA has established relevant performance standards for the radiation of electronic products, and it is mandatory to comply with relevant performance standards when the radiation-emitting products enter the US market. R-Fans-16 and R-Fans-32 from SureStar have undergone several rounds of FDA testing to verify that the two products are designed and manufactured in accordance with 21 CFR part 1040.
Ms Zhang Zhiwu, CEO of SureStar, said: "The fact that our R-Fans series products obtained FDA certification shows that the safety and quality of our Navigation LiDAR has been recognized worldwide. The US market is an indicator of global driverless technology application. SureStar will leverage our rich technical resources accumulated in the fields of LiDAR, optical, semiconductor components and signal processing, actively promote and expand the overseas market share, and thus drive SureStar into the huge potential market of hundreds of billions."