Blind Spot Detection (BSD) system testing

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Blind Spot Detection (BSD) system testing

Blind Spot DetectionBlind Spot Detection systems automatically detect when a vehicle has entered road space in which it becomes invisible to the car it is passing. The system alerts the driver to the presence of the overtaking car via a warning light appearing on the wing mirror.

Some of the latest vehicle models have been developed to intervene by counter steering should a collision be likely.
To develop and test the accuracy of Blind Spot Detection systems it is necessary to know the position of the passing car in relation to the car being overtaken.

The VBOX3i package allows ADAS developers to easily verify the effectiveness of their product by providing ±2cm positional accuracy.

Blind Spot Detection system testing and validation can be conducted on the test track using a static DGPS RTK Base Station, or via the Moving Base solution.
The Base Station system comprises of:LANE DEPARTURE VBOX KIT

  • VBOX3i-RTK 100Hz GPS data logger in both the subject and target vehicles
  • DGPS RTK Base Station
  • Linking radio pair
  • Video VBOX (optional)
  • The Moving Base system comprises of:
  • VBOX3i-RTK 100Hz GPS data logger in both the subject and target vehicles
  • Linking radio pair
  • Video VBOX (optional)

By using a Video VBOX it is possible to gain a clear visual indication of the position of the overtaking vehicle. Each camera can be allocated a section of the screen with a real-time graphic overlay providing the user with a true sense of perspective.

ADAS VBOX