Radar Detection
& Lidar Jamming

Radar Detection
& Lidar Jamming

Ai Design was the first to integrate radar display information into automotive rearview mirror glass back in the early 90s, which quickly became a trend. Rearview mirror glass became un-etchable around 2006 which motivated us to create a diverse range of compelling alternatives.

Our services in this category are popular not only because of the customized solutions we‘ve developed for various makes and models of vehicles, but also because we have extensive knowledge about how radar detection and Lidar laser jamming actually work, and how to maximize the efficacy of systems available. (Lidar – also denoted as LIDAR or LiDAR, short for Light Detection and Ranging – uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to detect distance ranges, which can be utilized to calculate speed.)

EFFICACY:

We feel efficacy is everything when implementing a comprehensive and formidable radar detection and Lidar jamming system for our clients who aim to drive safer and be alerted to those threats. Efficacy is defined as the ability to produce a desired or intended result, which is the key point of the matter.

INSTALLATION:

There are several basic parts to our installations: there is the technical installation of the sensors, the wiring and connections to the control unit; there is the integration of the driver controls and viewing display; then we finalize the installation by updating firmware, applying system settings and gun testing of the sensor array.

The installation of the sensors is critical. Their sensitivity will be maximized when they’re installed properly, or conversely can be reduced and/or destroyed if they’re installed improperly. This is where we see huge error in the work of our competition. Very few firms install these sensors in the manner the manufacturer intends.

BRANDS:

Any dialogue about radar detection and Lidar jamming systems would be incomplete without addressing the brands themselves. Spend any time on the internet trying to determine the differences and best options among various manufacturers and systems, and you may be inundated with mixed reviews, poorly-cited information, and biased agendas. Virtually no point of view is completely impartial. It’s also a constantly-changing landscape – new technologies are introduced often and systems evolve.

Additionally, different brands perform differently for different vehicles, depending on the vehicle’s shape, size, and reflective materials – we’ll describe this in more detail later on this page. We compare and analyze products from this point of view too, as well as their corresponding apps, databases, interfaces, and firmware. We also keep an eye on the ever-advancing arsenal of radar and Lidar guns being used, and we combine that with our expertise to install and test each system properly, for maximum efficacy.

While we tend to work most often with Escort, Stinger, and AL Priority, and recommend their products, it’s worth reiterating that we do not hold allegiance to any one brand. As mentioned above, our experience has shown us that certain systems work better in different vehicles. A smaller, low-to-the-ground sports car like a Ferrari or a Porsche 911 may be a prime candidate for one system, while a larger SUV like a Cadillac Escalade, with significantly more chrome and reflective surfaces, may have better results from another system, and sometimes we combine products from more than one manufacturer depending on our client’s vehicle and needs.

CUSTOM INSTALLATIONS:

With this ongoing degree of complexity – not only in the tech itself, but also in the nuances of various automobiles – we tend to create highly customized solutions for our clients, based on their specific needs and their particular vehicles. Shown below are two such examples: an Escort MAX Ci 360 installation in a Porsche GT2 RS, and a unique installation of a Stinger system in a Lamborghini Aventador.

We’ll continue to stay on top of the latest advancements in these products and tech, to tailor the best solutions for our clients.

For more information or to speak with us about your vehicle, please call us or visit our Contact page.