New moving collision target simulation system developed by Keycom

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A new cutting-edge collision target simulation system by Keycom enables the efficient indoor testing of radar-based automatic brake systems.

The new Keycom Radar Test System uses digital delay for long distance, optical fiber for middle distance, and a dielectric waveguide for short distance. Keycom is also developing a jamming noise to realize humans entering the road.

Hirosuke Suzuki, president, said, “Most vehicles in future will be equipped with radars for collision avoidance and autonomous driving. Auto makers and auto parts manufacturers evaluate these radars in tests that are currently conducted outdoors. Our technology offers the capability to test indoors, which is easier and faster.

“We have had interest from most the Japanese automotive manufacturers including Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and also from several auto parts makers.”

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July 19, 2016

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