Efficient development of multi-sensor applications made possible

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For the efficient development of algorithms for driver assistance systems and automated driving, Vector has introduced version 2.0 of its vADASdeveloper. This package provides a complete solution enabling multi-sensor data recording to quick visualization of results.

The new vADASdeveloper application combines signal-oriented automotive measuring technology with object-orientated data fusion development. Access to network signals by CAN, LIN, FlexRay and Ethernet/BroadR-Reach is now achieved completely by means of Vector bus interfaces. Here input data objects for data fusion can be conveniently configured graphically from individual signals.

Real-time access of ECU internal data is supported via the XCP protocol and can be enhanced with the VX1000 measurement and calibration hardware. All input signals can be timestamped consistently and precisely using the XCP 1.3 protocol and Vector hardware synchronization.

6 June, 2016

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