In 2020, lidar in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) represented 1.5% of the automotive and industrial lidar market. This ADAS proportion is expected to reach 41% in 2026 with a 111% CAGR, reaching a market size of $2.3 billion. To address this market, more than 80 lidar companies have been established. Many of them have bet on new technologies, which has resulted in high technological diversity. However, despite this diversity, the oldest technologies still represent most design wins for the automotive industry. This presentation by Pierrick Boulay from market research firm Yole Développement will give a complete analysis of lidar technologies used for ranging and imaging, automotive integration, software challenges, and components used for light emission and photodetection. It will also give an overview of the lidar ecosystem and a deeper view on automotive integration.