The latest improvements to lidar hardware and software will be showcased on XenomatiX’s booth. The company’s existing XenoLidar Highway is joined by a smaller ‘Intercity’ model, a mid-range lidar with a horizontal field of view of 60° and a range of 50m.
Intertek is the official testing and operations partner for the American Center for Mobility (ACM). This purpose-built facility focuses on testing, validation and self-certification of connected and automated vehicles and other mobility technologies, and operates at the historic 2km2 Willow Run site in Ypsilanti Township in southeast Michigan.
A new facility designed specifically for ADAS and AV testing has opened at FT Techno of America’s Fowlerville Proving Ground. The new section includes a multipurpose pad, city and rural intersections, a roundabout, and highway on and off ramps.
Three positioning products will feature at Racelogic’s booth this year. The VBOX Indoor Positioning System is a centimeter-level, high dynamic solution for accurately measuring the position and speed of an object in places where GPS is not available.
AV and ADAS developers can run millions of scenarios in simulation and in the real world, but how do consumers, suppliers, insurance companies, regulators and even the developers themselves know how safe the technology really is?
Rugged Science’s new EVS-1000 offers a robust computing platform for in-vehicle autonomous applications. The EVS-1000 is packed with computing power, combining Intel’s 7th Generation Core series CPUs with NVIDIA’s GTX1050T GPU.
To develop and validate environment sensors for autonomous systems, the raw data captured by the sensors has to be fed to sensor ECUs in a synchronized manner to enable the validation of perception and sensor fusion algorithms in the lab.
CMORE Automotive has created a complete validation solution for AVs, with everything from customized test and validation concepts, as well as the complete planning and conduction of tests in the laboratory, on the test track or on open roads, to provision of the necessary equipment and personnel for performing test drives.
Visitors looking for accurate positioning equipment should stop by Topcon, which develops GNSS receivers with an ever-expanding supporting network. The GNSS receivers work together with the TopNETlive real-time GNSS network correction service to receive differential correction data.
One of the major disadvantages of using real-world data for the training and testing of self-driving vehicles is that it is practically impossible to record and process all possible scenarios and, even then, the quality is not always guaranteed.
Aimsun Auto is a new software platform for large-scale design and validation of path planning algorithms for self-driving vehicles. The new software was presented for the first time at the European edition of the expo.