Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) have the potential to significantly reduce the number of road accidents by enhancing vehicle systems for safety. The reliable validation of ADAS in test drives with correspondingly equipped test vehicles is very cost intensive and afflicted with risks for the vehicle, the driver and the environment. In addition, with the multitude of sensors, actors and control units, testing becomes a highly complex task. Virtual test drives in the safe laboratory environment are the answer to the growing system complexity. Hardware in the Loop (HiL) simulation allows electronic control units (ECUs) to be tested in a simulated environment in closed-loop. Engines, vehicles, and other components the ECU normally controls are replaced by high-fidelity models executed on a real-time computer system.
Frank Heidemann, CEO of SET GmbH, talks about the challenges of ADAS test systems and how ADAS iiT will overcome these challenges.
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