Products on Show
Day Two: Rohde & Schwarz showcases multiple applications
Rohde & Schwarz
Rohde & Schwarz is showcasing several applications in automotive application areas: wireless connectivity, radar, UWB, EMC/EMI testing, and CV2X.
Day Two: NI announces new test systems to ensure safer autonomous vehicles
NI is using Automotive Testing Expo to announce the release of two new systems that will test various vehicle technologies to ensure that safe and reliable autonomous vehicles reach the market.
Day Two: HIL live demonstration: When a physical ECU meets a software simulator
Electronics specialist Xylon is demonstrating its complete demo HIL system, which converts sensory data generated by a software simulator into real automotive stimuli for the attached parking assistance ADAS ECU.
Day Two: Sustainability initiatives and infrastructure upgrades at Michelin Laurens Proving Grounds
Michelin Laurens Proving Grounds
Michelin Laurens Proving Grounds has come to Novi to reveal that it has completed several infrastructure and sustainability initiatives that will enable customers to test a wide range of vehicles at any time of the year.
Day Two: Noffz shows off its test system to validate the wireless functionality of connected car components
In the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Zone, Noffz Technologies is showing visitors its UTP 7064 test system, with key features including a multi-DUT (up to eight TCUs [telematics control units] in parallel) cellular (from 2G up to 5G) signaling tester; single rack for lifecycle monitoring and RF parametric measurements; and single API for making phone calls and detailed signal analysis.
Day One: Monolith presentation: How BMW uses AI to accelerate crash tests
Day 1 of Automotive Testing Expo has seen Dr Richard Ahlfeld, CEO at Monolith, give a presentation on How BMW uses AI to accelerate crash tests at the Technology Presentation Stage.
Day One: Technology Presentation Stage: Autonomous Solutions demonstrates robotic choreographed testing for ADAS/AVs
Autonomous Solutions Inc (ASI)
Day 1 of Automotive Testing Expo is not just about product launches and innovations on the exhibition floor. On the Technology Presentation Stage, visitors are hearing from more than 40 speakers, including Jed Judd, automotive product manager at Autonomous Solutions Inc (ASI), who has been talking about Robotic choreographed testing for ADAS/AVs.
Day One: aiMotive demonstrates its cloud-based testing and validation tool
aiMotive is showing visitors the latest generation of aiSim, the world’s first ISO 26262-certified simulator. According to Bence Boda, the company’s marketing and communications manager, safety is the most critical ADAS and AD software development principle.
Day One: ACM reveals more about Michigan's first modular hydrogen production system
American Center of Mobility
On Day 1 in the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Zone, the American Center of Mobility is sharing its capabilities and development plans for testing and validating CAV transportation systems.
Global smart mobility test center encompassing government, industry and academic organizations
ACM Willow Run
The American Center for Mobility (ACM) is a collaborative effort comprised of government, industry and academic organizations. ACM is focused on accelerating the mobility industry through research, testing, standards development and educational workforce programming.
The world’s first ISO26262 certified simulator
aiMotive will bring the latest generation of aiSim, the world’s first ISO26262 certified simulator, to Automotive Testing Expo in Michigan.
Datalogging and analysis in one box
The BRICK2 measurement platform was specially developed for the acquisition of raw data from sensors or ECUs during test drives – and with its new version, it now adds powerful GPU capabilities for parallel computing.
Modular CPU acceleration card solves problems in most advanced datalogging
Embedded electronics specialist Xylon is currently at the production stage with its new CPU acceleration module that solves different datalogging challenges in high-end ADAS and autonomous systems.
Two-in-one: Multi-DUT signaling and non-signaling RF test platform
Testing of connected car components is usually twofold: wireless functionality needs to be validated in both signaling and non-signaling modes.