New software enables virtual testing of sensors in ultra-realistic 3D scenes

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The latest release of the Pro-SiVIC software from ESI addresses sensor specialists and ADAS designers, integration and validation teams. To support their daily work, Pro-SiVIC integrates key sensor models based on a wide range of technologies including cameras, radar, lidar, ultrasonic sensors, GPS, odometer, and communication devices.

Sensors can be integrated into realistic 3D scenes with a range of environment catalogs that provide representation of various types of roads (urban, highway, country side), various traffic signs and lane markings.

To build on these unique capabilities, Pro-SiVIC 2016 introduces new radar sensor models, covering not only the functional aspect of the sensors, but offering the fully detailed modeling that includes antenna characteristics and their impact on performance, onboard processing and the characteristics of radar targets (such as radar cross-sections). Such advanced options are possible thanks to the ability to chain Pro-SiVIC with ESI’s computational electromagnetic solution, CEM One.

August 4, 2016

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