LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging; or Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging) is a technology used to detect the distance of an object or surface using laser pulses. It is similar to radar technology. Instead of radio waves used in radar, light, ie laser pulses, are used. The distance is measured thanks to the difference between the time of sending the laser pulse sent to the object or surface whose distance is to be measured and the time that the reflection hits the object and reaches the source again.