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Automotive Testing Expo 2018

October 23-25, 2018, The Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI, USA

Visit dSPACE at Booth #4000

dSPACE Environment Sensor Interface Unit

In the race to build a safe autonomous vehicle, you don’t have to wait for an experimental prototype to begin testing and validation. You can get started right away with virtual simulation. Vehicle systems are replicated with models and ECUs with virtual ECUs so you can evaluate autonomous driving functions in the very early development phase and get a jump start on the production of high quality software.

Stimulating camera, Lidar, radar, ultrasonic and other sensors for testing highly autonomous driving systems in the lab for safety-critical situations and regression is very challenging. Time aligning the data captured from real-drives and simulated data from simulators is a key requirement to enable lab-based, cost effective and safe testing. The dSPACE Environment Sensor Interface (ESI) unit offers capabilities to stream raw sensor data captured data from on-board cameras, expected radar and Lidar reflections from simulated scenarios synchronously and directly into the sensor data/image processing systems.  This solution overcomes many problems, such as monitor contrasts and distortion, and provides a means to introduce errors such as pixel errors, fisheye effects, etc.

Stop by dSPACE stand #4000 to learn more about the company’s end-to-end tool chain for autonomous driving development and testing.

About the Event

The success of the North American automotive industry is reflected in the fact that Automotive Testing Expo, Novi, Michigan in 2018 is set to be even bigger and better than in recent years!

Over 300 exhibiting companies will be out to demonstrate that their products are able to help with the ultimate aim of eliminating recalls.

In addition, co-locating with Automotive Testing Expo will once again be Engine Expo and Automotive Interiors Expo.

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