By using the ADASIS v2 Horizon Reconstructor Blockset together with dSPACE’s PC-based simulation platform VEOS, the MicroAutoBox or AutoBox rapid prototyping system, you can develop driver assistance systems in short iteration cycles and directly experience their effects on a PC or in the real vehicle.
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) such as predictive powertrain control, curve lights and curve warnings use predictive road data, called the “electronic horizon”, which is calculated from digital road maps and from the vehicle’s current position and driving direction. To facilitate the development and implementation of such driver assistance systems, the ADASIS Forum (http://adasis.org/) specified the ADASIS v2 standard for the transmission of electronic horizon data. The ADASIS v2 Horizon Reconstructor Blockset lets you access the electronic horizon data from within a Simulink model, so you can use it during function development without having to implement the protocol yourself.
By combining the ADASIS v2 Horizon Reconstructor Blockset with a dSPACE prototyping system or the PC-based simulation platform VEOS, you can develop driver assistance systems in short iteration cycles and directly experience their effects in the real vehicle or on a PC.
Only a few mouse clicks are needed to select the predictive road data, connect it to the driver assistance function in the model, and generate the code and load it to the development system. So function developers can give their full attention to implementing the actual ADAS application without the time-consuming task of implementing the ADASIS v2 protocol themselves.
The ADASIS v2 Horizon Reconstructor Blockset is based on the ADASIS v2 reconstructor code for production ECUs from Elektrobit. This makes the transition from prototyping to target ECU implementation much easier.