Creating 3D Content for Sensor Simulation

  • Automotives
  • Commercial Vehicles
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
  • HIL Testing
  • Autonomous Driving

12:20min

Overview

With a powerful rendering engine, simulation models and high-resolution visualization, it’s possible to create very realistic 3D environments to test and validate perception sensors for autonomous vehicles.

In this podcast episode, Matthias Thurau, Software Developer – Scenario Generation Group, at dSPACE, discusses the many advantages of testing in a virtual environment and explains how you can create 3D content using dSPACE tools.

Hosts

Matthias Thurau

Matthias Thurau

Software Developer – Scenario Generation Group, dSPACE GmbH

More Information

  • AURELION
    AURELION

    AURELION, the new dSPACE solution for sensor-realistic simulation, offers powerful visualization and physical computation functions for generating synthetic sensor data in virtual test drives.

  • First Impressions of AURELION
    First Impressions of AURELION

    AURELION is the new dSPACE solution for sensor-realistic simulation and marks a significant advancement.

  • Sensor-Realistic Simulation
    Sensor-Realistic Simulation

    Simulate realistic environment and generate reliable data with dSPACE Sensor-Realistic Simulation. Watch the recording of our Innovation Coffee Break demo (November 16, 2020).

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