ADAS et la sécurité

Les systèmes VBOX fournissent un moyen simple et fiable de contrôle et de validation des Systèmes avancés d'assistance au conducteur.

Avec des mesures en temps réel des paramètres d'un à trois véhicules et avec une précision de positionnement inférieure à 2 cm, le système de contrôle ADAS VBOX de Racelogic permet aux développeurs de vérifier facilement l'efficacité de leurs produits.

Des clients tels que Honda, Nissan, GM, Autoliv et Toyota utilisent le matériel ADAS VBOX pour contrôler leurs systèmes de sécurité.

Au cœur du système, on trouve la VBOX double antenne 3i avec RTK, connectée via la télémétrie radio à une station fixe de référence RTK ou à une autre VBOX 3i servant de « base mobile ».

Les produits ADAS VBOX permettent le contrôle et la validation de la conformité à des normes reconnues par l'industrie, telles que ISO 15622 (régulation adaptative de la vitesse), ISO 15623 (mitigation de collision frontale), et les contrôles de confirmation NCAP.

Adaptive Cruise Control

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Overview

With real-time measurement of parameters from up to three vehicles and at better than 2cm positional accuracy, the VBOX testing system allows manufacturers to easily verify the effectiveness of their Adaptive Cruise Control system.

With real-time measurement of parameters from up to three vehicles and at better than 2cm positional accuracy, the VBOX testing system allows manufacturers to easily verify the effectiveness of their Adaptive Cruise Control system.

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At the core of the system is RACELOGIC's flagship data logger, the VBOX 3i RTK (VB3iSLR), connected via radio telemetry to an RTK Base Station or to another VBOX 3i RTK acting as a moving base.

Open Road ADAS Testing

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The Moving Base test solution allows engineers to test ADAS applications on the open road. It works by linking two VBOX 3i RTK units, with the system in the subject vehicle transmitting corrections to the target vehicle at an update rate of 20 times per second.

This replaces the need to implement an RTK Base Station with a limited broadcast range, and provides engineers with the ability to test on normal roads, over reasonable distances, among other road users and roadside furniture, to under 5 cm relative positional accuracy.

The accuracy is enhanced by employing signals from the Russian GLONASS constellation as well as a method which uses refined delta positions obtained from carrier phase measurements. This reduces the noise levels of pseudo-range measurements (raw distances to each satellite) and removes positional jumps.

In order to use Moving Base, existing VBOX 3i RTK customers will need to upgrade to the latest version of VBOX and VBOX Manager firmware, as well as additional 2.4 GHz telemetry radios.

Autonomous Emergency Braking & Collision Mitigation Testing

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Overview

Full-ADAS-packageVBOX GPS data logging systems are ideal for the development, testing and validation of Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) and Forward Collision Warning (FCW).

AEB and FCW are necessary features if a new passenger vehicle is to achieve a five-star Euro NCAP rating. By 2018 AEB and Lane Departure Warning systems will be mandatory for all new commercial vehicles throughout Europe (UNECE Regulation on AEBS steps 1 and 2).

VBOX equipment provides positional accuracy to 2cm along with a real-time output of the relevant parameters required to develop such systems. When used in conjunction with Euro NCAP-approved steering and pedal robots, the VBOX 3i Dual Antenna with RTK (VB3iSLR) outputs data that meets the requirements set out in the NCAP assessment.

Testing Lane Departure Warning and Lane Keep Assist Systems

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Overview

Full-ADAS-packageWith real-time measurement and positional accuracy at less than 2cm, the VBOX testing system captures the data that developers and manufacturers require to verify the effectiveness of their Lane Departure Warning system.

At the core of the system is RACELOGIC's flagship data logger, the VBOX 3i Dual Antenna with RTK, connected via radio telemetry to an RTK Base Station.

Blind Spot Detection System Testing

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Overview

Blind Spot Detection Systems (BSDS) use cameras, radar sensors, light detection or ultrasonic systems to warn a driver whenever another object enters the blind spot area of a car.

With real-time measurement of parameters from up to three vehicles and at better than 2cm positional accuracy, the VBOX test system allows manufacturers to verify the effectiveness of their Blind Sport Detection system easily and reliably. 

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At the core of the system is RACELOGIC's flagship data logger, the VBOX 3i Dual Antenna with RTK (VB3iSLR), connected via radio telemetry to an RTK Base Station or to another VB3iSLR acting as a moving base.

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