Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Testing and Validation
VBOX systems provide an accurate and simple way to test and validate vehicle safety systems
Many cars are now fitted with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). These use sensors to analyse driver actions and the environment, intervening when necessary to protect the vehicle.
Due to their important role in maintaining vehicle safety, it is essential these systems are tested and validated to a high level of accuracy.
VBOX ADAS test systems allow developers to easily verify the performance of products. They have been developed to provide real time measurements of parameters from up to three vehicles at less than 2cm accuracy.
VBOX test equipment complies with NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), the EC (European Commision), or ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation).
- Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
- Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
- Forward Collision Warning (FCW)
- Blind Spot Detection (BSD)
- Log data at ±2cm accuracy with VBOX3i
At the core of all VBOX ADAS test systems is the VBOX3i dual antenna data logger with RTK. This communicates via a radio pair to either a static RTK Base Station or to another VBOX3i dual antenna system acting as a Moving Base.
- Less than 2cm positional accuracy
- 0.1 km/h velocity accuracy
- Real time measurement
- CAN integration (output and input)
- Synchronised video
- 500m range vehicle-to-vehicle
- Low latency
- Compatible with driveless robots
Customers such as CASSR, Honda, Nissan, GM, Peugeot, Autoliv, Continental, and Toyota, use VBOX equipment to tes their ADAS technology.
Integrate real time video with Video VBOX
The VBOX ADAS testing system is able to seamlessly integrate data with real time video.
This is ideal when testing FCW and LDW systems to NHTSA requirements, due to the need to provide video evidence of the system operating alongside the data.
A Video VBOX Pro – which can record from up to 4 bullet cameras – enables the data to be synchronised and embedded on the video in real time for enhanced analysis and demonstration.
This allows users to immediately recognize the relationship between different variables. Monitoring the actions of driver, vehicle, and external environments alongside positional data is invaluable in test analysis.