SHOW NEWS: Adasens Automotive and it-RSC to debut test system for validation of algorithms for ADAS

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Adasens Automotive and it-RSC will present their latest systems for fully automated testing and validation of algorithms for camera-based ADAS. This will include tools for the development and implementation of algorithms.

The focus will be a highly integrated software tool for the development and validation of image processing algorithms. All development phases are mapped in one workflow integrated in the Unified System of Tools (USoT).

it-RSC specializes in high-performance computing and will showcase at Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2018 its high-performance vCAX system, a virtual environment for graphical workstations and deep learning processes in production.

The Adasens tool, which is based on it-RSC’s vCAX system, offers a platform for high performance processing and the processing of large amounts of data. This enables efficient design of labeling, annotation, training, testing and validation processes.

For the technological developments in the automotive industry with different assistance systems and autonomous driving, enormous amounts of data are collected, categorized and processed in order to be able to analyse, efficiently develop and virtually test.

The companies Adasens and it-RSC present software solutions that stand for efficient development processes and thus for extensive virtualized and cost-optimized engineering for Tier 1 suppliers and OEMs for ADAS developments in the entire automotive industry.

Find out more at this year’s Automotive Testing Expo Europe. Adasens Automotive and it-RSC will be at booth 8260. The show is being held at Messe Stuttgart, Germany, on June 5-7.

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