Ultra-high-resolution imaging radar sensors, often referred to as 4-D radars, provide detailed images of the radar environment with a wide field of view as well as elevation, range, and speed information. Tests of these radar sensors place high demands on the capabilities and bandwidth of the radar simulator used.
Did you know that dSPACE offers a comprehensive solution for developing and testing smart charging technologies?
Gain an overview of typical areas of application, technical details, and the benefits our cutting-edge solution has to offer for testing charging stations, communication controllers, and onboard chargers.
Do you want to bring your ideas to life in a real environment, with real sensors and actuators, and in real time? Are you looking for a flexible portfolio of hardware and software that supports most commonly used automotive interfaces for autonomous driving, engines, and electromobility applications?
dSPACE rapid prototyping systems help you to speed up your function development process, from autonomous driving to zero emissions.
You want to improve your AUTOSAR workflow, but you don´t know how? Our new product dSPACE AUTOSAR Compare is the ideal tool for securing and speeding up your AUTOSAR workflow. Watch this video to learn more.
Charging Station Emulation Solution Accelerates the Development of Electric Vehicles for International Markets
dSPACE expands its range of complete turnkey solutions for the development and testing of smart charging technologies with the Smart Charging Station Emulator. The new solution allows for the emulation of charging stations with a power of up to 85 kW.
Did you know that dSPACE offers the most comprehensive solution portfolio for developing and testing e-mobility and electric drive technologies? Learn more about our cutting-edge solutions, which you can use for both individual projects and comprehensive end-to-end solutions.
Did you know that dSPACE offers a wide range of variants of the MicroAutoBox III?
The MicroAutoBox III is available in different variants, which provide different numbers of analog or digital I/O channels, advanced bus and network interfaces, or even a user-programable FPGA for very fast control loops. The MicroAutoBox III a powerful and flexible development system for nearly all mechatronic in-vehicle applications, from autonomous driving to zero emissions.
Video: Validating Radar Sensors and Functions for Autonomous Driving
Aside from cameras and ultrasonic sensors, radar sensors are the most commonly used environment sensors in the automotive industry. Watch this video to see how dSPACE radar test benches provide easy and reproducible testing of radar sensors over the air. The tool chain allows for the accurate simulation of complex scenarios to validate functions for autonomous driving.