Landis Communications, Inc. (LCI), an award-winning, mid-sized integrated marketing communications agency, today announced the addition of Velodyne LiDAR, Inc. to its growing list of consumer technology, healthcare, real estate and nonprofit clientele.

The Alameda, Calif.-based company is the leading supplier of LiDAR sensor technology that is used in a variety of commercial applications. Velodyne technology is used for advanced automotive safety systems, autonomous driving and 3D mapping.

“LCI continues to attract the best and brightest companies working in a variety of sectors. As the inventor of LiDAR technology, Velodyne LiDAR is the undisputed leader in its category,” said David Landis, president and CEO. “Companies like Velodyne LiDAR are redefining how we live today and tomorrow. We’re excited to help them shape – and tell – such an important and forward-thinking story.”

“We chose to partner with LCI not only because of their strong track record around making brands like ours a household name, but also because of the insightfulness, professionalism and big ideas they bring to the table,” said Cesar Montero, marketing director at Velodyne LiDAR. “We’ll be working closely with their senior team to educate more people about LiDAR and its ability to make transportation safer for everyone on the road.”

In the past 25+ years, LCI has represented local and national brands such as Walmart, Old Navy, Whole Foods Market,, The North Face, UCSF, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, On Lok Senior Health Care, Save the Redwoods League, the Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation (GAP), the San Francisco Symphony, California Bank & Trust, California Academy of Sciences and more.

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