At Automotive Testing Expo Europe next month, Cruden is to underline how DIL simulators can improve the validity of ADAS simulations with live demonstrations of its simulator.
Visitors will be able to experience how easily an ADAS controller can be developed and tested with Cruden’s toolset, via a Cruden A406-F3 6DOF motion-based simulator, complete with a three-channel projection system using Barco projectors from Esterline and a 6m diameter screen.
Cruden’s open architecture simulator software, Panthera, will simulate a typical selection of ADAS scenarios including lane keeping and active cruise control for visitors to test drive.
“Desktop methods have a strong focus on highly detailed (semi-) physical simulation of the sensors, data reduction, sensor fusion and objectivation to feed the ADAS algorithms and test performance and robustness of the overall systems in standardized benchmark situations. A DIL simulator is then used to validate and test the effectiveness of ADAS controller performance in real world scenarios with a human DIL,” said Maarten van Donselaar, CEO of Cruden.
The live simulator demonstrations will take place at Cruden’s booth (1169) across the three-day show, which takes place on June 20-22 at Messe Stuttgart, Germany.
May 24, 2017