Testing Expo - Automotive - China 2017

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19, 20, 21 September 2017
Hall 3, SWEECC, Shanghai, China


Open Technology Forum Programme

Day 1: Tuesday 19 September

WORKSHOP ONE

10:30

Do tomorrow's RDE tests today!

Sébastien Olevier
Co-founder
V-Motech China
CHINA
The presentation will introduce the first RDE solution that is optimal any time and in any condition. V-Motech makes possible RDE test reproduction on mobile and climatic roller dyno to evaluate the impact of external factors on exhaust emissions.

11:45

Papers from Brüel & Kjær

Brüel & Kjær

13:00

Latest developments in auto software testing: an update in best practices

Steve Barriault
Director of sales and engineering Asia-Pacific
Vector
USA
The rising importance of software in the auto industry cannot be understated. Increasingly complex code now powers the vehicles of today, ensures their safety and is even starting to replace drivers themselves. But with this rise come major challenges. How can your organization ensure your products behave correctly at all times while limiting testing time? Join us to learn how leading companies in auto are meeting that challenge head-on by automating testing, monitoring the right quality metrics, integrating test cases into their continuous integration (CI) system, and adopting the right testing strategies for specific testing challenges.

14:15

IoT: how to digitize and network your testing tasks with the IMC gateway

IMC Access
The next dimension of the internet links email, websites, e-commerce and social media: the Internet of Things. The IoT is growing rapidly and market potential is huge. Therefore, the business models are changing. For example, our machinery, facilities, vehicle, test bench, etc. provide relevant information digitally and can be networked via interfaces. Cloud computing is not the answer to all questions; local intelligence is also required for data analysis. IMC Meßsysteme GmbH is not only a professional supplier of the data acquisition hardware and software systems but can also provide a smart gateway to the cloud as well as big data analysis. Just see IMC solutions on loT.

15:30

The evolution of ADAS – testing systems that include cameras, radar and sensor fusion

National Instruments
On their own, test requirements for camera and radar technology are rapidly changing as they become more safety critical. And because these systems increasingly rely on sensor fusion techniques, the test requirements are growing even more complex at a fast rate. A test system built on a scalable and flexible architecture is the only way to make sure you can adapt as quickly as ADAS technologies and autonomous vehicle systems are. NI is the only test vendor that can deliver a flexible and future-proof system with the breadth of I/O, system-wide timing and synchronization capability, and software-first adaptability to meet automotive test demands. With the same software and hardware platform, you can set up solutions for radar, camera, sensor fusion and V2X. In this session, we will discuss test methodologies for addressing these requirements, such as scene generation, synchronization between camera and radar simulation, and sensor fusion.

Day 1: Tuesday 19 September

WORKSHOP TWO

10:30

Papers from Poppe + Potthoff Maschinenbau GmbH

Poppe + Potthoff Maschinenbau GmbH

11:45

Fatigue damage: combine, compare and quantify

Ryan Becker
International sales engineer
Vibration Research Corp
USA
Fatigue damage is a common and predictable cause of damage in the supply chain. The Fatigue Damage Spectrum (FDS) is an abstraction that helps engineers make decisions in several different ways. First, the FDS can be used to design and shorten a random vibration test based on combined time-domain data. Second, the FDS can be used to compare time-domain waveforms in terms of fatigue. Third, being able to quantify the end-use environment to the vibration profiles running on the shaker gives confidence when going from field to lab. The ability to combine, compare and quantify environments and testing makes the FDS a powerful tool for test design and product analysis.

13:00

Papers from Keysight Technologies (China) Co., Ltd

Keysight Technologies (China) Co., Ltd

14:15

Papers from AVL List GmbH

AVL List GmbH

15:30

Innovative methods in improving vehicle performance

Chong Geng
Technical manager
Integrated System Ltd
CHINA
In this talk, we will introduce innovative methods that can better access vehicle NVH, fuel economy, dynamics and durability.

Day 1: Tuesday 19 September

WORKSHOP ONE

10:30

Do tomorrow's RDE tests today!

Sébastien Olevier
Co-founder
V-Motech China
CHINA
The presentation will introduce the first RDE solution that is optimal any time and in any condition. V-Motech makes possible RDE test reproduction on mobile and climatic roller dyno to evaluate the impact of external factors on exhaust emissions.

11:45

Papers from Brüel & Kjær

Brüel & Kjær

13:00

Latest developments in auto software testing: an update in best practices

Steve Barriault
Director of sales and engineering Asia-Pacific
Vector
USA
The rising importance of software in the auto industry cannot be understated. Increasingly complex code now powers the vehicles of today, ensures their safety and is even starting to replace drivers themselves. But with this rise come major challenges. How can your organization ensure your products behave correctly at all times while limiting testing time? Join us to learn how leading companies in auto are meeting that challenge head-on by automating testing, monitoring the right quality metrics, integrating test cases into their continuous integration (CI) system, and adopting the right testing strategies for specific testing challenges.

14:15

IoT: how to digitize and network your testing tasks with the IMC gateway

IMC Access
The next dimension of the internet links email, websites, e-commerce and social media: the Internet of Things. The IoT is growing rapidly and market potential is huge. Therefore, the business models are changing. For example, our machinery, facilities, vehicle, test bench, etc. provide relevant information digitally and can be networked via interfaces. Cloud computing is not the answer to all questions; local intelligence is also required for data analysis. IMC Meßsysteme GmbH is not only a professional supplier of the data acquisition hardware and software systems but can also provide a smart gateway to the cloud as well as big data analysis. Just see IMC solutions on loT.

15:30

The evolution of ADAS – testing systems that include cameras, radar and sensor fusion

National Instruments
On their own, test requirements for camera and radar technology are rapidly changing as they become more safety critical. And because these systems increasingly rely on sensor fusion techniques, the test requirements are growing even more complex at a fast rate. A test system built on a scalable and flexible architecture is the only way to make sure you can adapt as quickly as ADAS technologies and autonomous vehicle systems are. NI is the only test vendor that can deliver a flexible and future-proof system with the breadth of I/O, system-wide timing and synchronization capability, and software-first adaptability to meet automotive test demands. With the same software and hardware platform, you can set up solutions for radar, camera, sensor fusion and V2X. In this session, we will discuss test methodologies for addressing these requirements, such as scene generation, synchronization between camera and radar simulation, and sensor fusion.

WORKSHOP TWO

10:30

Papers from Poppe + Potthoff Maschinenbau GmbH

Poppe + Potthoff Maschinenbau GmbH

11:45

Fatigue damage: combine, compare and quantify

Ryan Becker
International sales engineer
Vibration Research Corp
USA
Fatigue damage is a common and predictable cause of damage in the supply chain. The Fatigue Damage Spectrum (FDS) is an abstraction that helps engineers make decisions in several different ways. First, the FDS can be used to design and shorten a random vibration test based on combined time-domain data. Second, the FDS can be used to compare time-domain waveforms in terms of fatigue. Third, being able to quantify the end-use environment to the vibration profiles running on the shaker gives confidence when going from field to lab. The ability to combine, compare and quantify environments and testing makes the FDS a powerful tool for test design and product analysis.

13:00

Papers from Keysight Technologies (China) Co., Ltd

Keysight Technologies (China) Co., Ltd

14:15

Papers from AVL List GmbH

AVL List GmbH

15:30

Innovative methods in improving vehicle performance

Chong Geng
Technical manager
Integrated System Ltd
CHINA
In this talk, we will introduce innovative methods that can better access vehicle NVH, fuel economy, dynamics and durability.

Day 2: Wednesday 20 September

WORKSHOP ONE

10:30

Application of advanced TPA for vehicle interior and exterior noise study

Yue Li
Product manager
Beijing T&S Technologies Co Ltd
CHINA
The application of advanced TPA allows ranging the noise contribution from each subsystem of a vehicle. Finding the most contributing transfer path is a key point for noise reduction. Unlike traditional transfer path analysis, advanced TPA focuses not only on contribution of excitations, but on real path analysis from excitation to noise reception. The real path study enlarges the possibilities for acoustic comfort improvement. This presentation introduces two examples for application of advanced TPA. One is to study the noise level at the driver's seat by analyzing the contribution of subsystems coming from both the powertrain system and road excitation. The other one is focusing on pass-by noise by analyzing the contributions of noise sources of a light truck.

11:45

How reliability software plays a key role in the reliability engineering process

Arthur Ye
Technical manager
Hong Kong Qinda Technology Group Ltd
HONG KONG
Reliability engineering is a process commonly called 'Design for Reliability - DFR' and throughout each stage some software is in the key position to enhance the success of engineers. This presentation will demonstrate how this works as a solution for the industrialists.

13:00

Objective and subjective in-lab and on-track vehicle and tire testing supported by vehicle dynamics simulations

Claude Roulle
Founder and president
OptimumG
USA
OptimumG, an international vehicle dynamics engineering company, provides in-lab and on-track testing of vehicles and vehicle components, simulation software development and support, training and engineering services in vehicle and tire dynamics. The company’s software and testing methods are able to close the loop between in-lab and on-track testing on one side and on-track analysis, performance enhancement suggestions and performance prediction by simulation on the other. Recent examples are the correlation we established between the objective and subjective testing of an all-wheel steering vehicle and the prediction of vehicle and tire performance prior to on-track testing by use of simulation models.

14:15

Total solution for the whole process of vehicle diagnostic, including ODX authoring, Excel templates, automatic testing, diagnostic tester, data center, OTA

Qiu Jun
Technical director
Beijing Windhill
CHINA
ODX/OTX are the standards to describe the diagnostic specification and test sequences that are widely used by OEMs. To create and maintain ODX data is not easy. We provide the authoring guidelines and tools to create ODX Enterprise templates and automatically create final ODX data by importing Excel templates. Furthermore, we provide the tools used in engineering, testing, production and the repair shop. We also provide the data center and OTA solution. With the data center, Q-Tester can update recent ODX data to support new types of cars. With OTA, Q-Tester can do remote diagnostics including flashing, etc.

15:30

Papers from Danlaw Inc

Michael McCormick
Director of development
Danlaw Inc
USA

Day 2: Wednesday 20 September

WORKSHOP TWO

10:30

CIeNET Automated Test System for Automotive, an Industry 4.0 Paradigm

Vanban L Wu, PhD
Senior principal consultant
CIeNET Technologies
CHINA
This presentation reviews the impact of Industry 4.0 to the Automobile industry and how CIeNET Automated Test System for Automotive(C-ATS AUTO) approach embraces the paradigm to support the horizontal and vertical integrations of the Industry 4.0 through C-ATS Test Management System (TMS) and nodes architectural apparatus.

11:45

New-generation drive simulator for vehicle R&D – DiM

Zhang Haorui
Engineer sales manager
Saginomiya Seisakusho Inc
JAPAN
Saginomiya has successfully developed a new-generation drive simulator, the DiM, as compared with the previous large drive simulator. It has realized the objectives of low cost, high response and compact space, and has received favorable comments from customers.

12:15

How to adjust chassis and do ADAS development using DiM

Liu Chongzhen
Engineer sales manager
VI-grade
JAPAN
According with its overwhelming performance showing smooth movement in the low-frequency range and reproducing the extreme driving conditions of a vehicle in the high-frequency range, DiM will be used to simulate and analyze the dynamic behavior of the vehicle in real time via a vehicle model in the lab during the primary development phrase. DiM enables users to verify their vehicle models, and is normally utilized as a new simulation tool for reducing the quantity of prototype cars and shortening the development time.

13:00

Papers from Sonus Technologies Co Ltd

Sonus Technologies Co Ltd

14:15

Real-world emissions

Richard Adams
Commercial manager – test engineering
Horiba MIRA
UK
The recent VW scandal has drawn the focus of legislators and the world’s media toward tailpipe emissions. At the same time, the EU legislative landscape was already in a process of change, with new drive cycles and testing outside the laboratory firmly in the pipeline. This presentation will explain the key changes to global emissions standards, and the challenging measurement process required to achieve real driving emissions (RDE). Richard will separate the facts about emissions testing from the media fiction, and explain how emission testing will never be the same again. He will also outline how Euro 6d RDE testing experience can benefit China 6’s implementation.

14:45

E-mobility and solutions from Horiba

Dr Jianping Wang
General manager automotive strategies
Horiba Europe GmbH
GERMANY
Due to the global long-term zero-emission mobility vision, many countries are aiming to become the lead market and provider for electric mobility in the near future. Drive electrification reduces dependence on oil, cuts CO2 emissions and allows the vehicles of tomorrow to be fully integrated into new multi-model traffic system models. As of December 2016, China has the world's largest stock of highway-legal light-duty plug-in electric vehicles with cumulative sales of more than 645,000 plug-in electric passenger cars. Both government and the automotive industry have invested and will invest in electric mobility development. Horiba has developed its test stands to support the development of e-mobility.

15:30

Automotive Noise and Vibration Fundamentals

James Wren, MEng, CEng, MIET
Engineering & applications specialist
Prosig Ltd
NA1
This free to attend training course will take engineers of all abilities on a journey through the history and fundamentals of automotive noise and vibration. The presentation will attempt to explain why it is done like it is. Topics covered will include Accelerometers and Microphones, Data Acquisition Systems, Signal Processing software, focusing on Time domain signals, Frequency domain signals, and Rotational analysis

Day 2: Wednesday 20 September

WORKSHOP ONE

10:30

Application of advanced TPA for vehicle interior and exterior noise study

Yue Li
Product manager
Beijing T&S Technologies Co Ltd
CHINA
The application of advanced TPA allows ranging the noise contribution from each subsystem of a vehicle. Finding the most contributing transfer path is a key point for noise reduction. Unlike traditional transfer path analysis, advanced TPA focuses not only on contribution of excitations, but on real path analysis from excitation to noise reception. The real path study enlarges the possibilities for acoustic comfort improvement. This presentation introduces two examples for application of advanced TPA. One is to study the noise level at the driver's seat by analyzing the contribution of subsystems coming from both the powertrain system and road excitation. The other one is focusing on pass-by noise by analyzing the contributions of noise sources of a light truck.

11:45

How reliability software plays a key role in the reliability engineering process

Arthur Ye
Technical manager
Hong Kong Qinda Technology Group Ltd
HONG KONG
Reliability engineering is a process commonly called 'Design for Reliability - DFR' and throughout each stage some software is in the key position to enhance the success of engineers. This presentation will demonstrate how this works as a solution for the industrialists.

13:00

Objective and subjective in-lab and on-track vehicle and tire testing supported by vehicle dynamics simulations

Claude Roulle
Founder and president
OptimumG
USA
OptimumG, an international vehicle dynamics engineering company, provides in-lab and on-track testing of vehicles and vehicle components, simulation software development and support, training and engineering services in vehicle and tire dynamics. The company’s software and testing methods are able to close the loop between in-lab and on-track testing on one side and on-track analysis, performance enhancement suggestions and performance prediction by simulation on the other. Recent examples are the correlation we established between the objective and subjective testing of an all-wheel steering vehicle and the prediction of vehicle and tire performance prior to on-track testing by use of simulation models.

14:15

Total solution for the whole process of vehicle diagnostic, including ODX authoring, Excel templates, automatic testing, diagnostic tester, data center, OTA

Qiu Jun
Technical director
Beijing Windhill
CHINA
ODX/OTX are the standards to describe the diagnostic specification and test sequences that are widely used by OEMs. To create and maintain ODX data is not easy. We provide the authoring guidelines and tools to create ODX Enterprise templates and automatically create final ODX data by importing Excel templates. Furthermore, we provide the tools used in engineering, testing, production and the repair shop. We also provide the data center and OTA solution. With the data center, Q-Tester can update recent ODX data to support new types of cars. With OTA, Q-Tester can do remote diagnostics including flashing, etc.

15:30

Papers from Danlaw Inc

Michael McCormick
Director of development
Danlaw Inc
USA

WORKSHOP TWO

10:30

CIeNET Automated Test System for Automotive, an Industry 4.0 Paradigm

Vanban L Wu, PhD
Senior principal consultant
CIeNET Technologies
CHINA
This presentation reviews the impact of Industry 4.0 to the Automobile industry and how CIeNET Automated Test System for Automotive(C-ATS AUTO) approach embraces the paradigm to support the horizontal and vertical integrations of the Industry 4.0 through C-ATS Test Management System (TMS) and nodes architectural apparatus.

11:45

New-generation drive simulator for vehicle R&D – DiM

Zhang Haorui
Engineer sales manager
Saginomiya Seisakusho Inc
JAPAN
Saginomiya has successfully developed a new-generation drive simulator, the DiM, as compared with the previous large drive simulator. It has realized the objectives of low cost, high response and compact space, and has received favorable comments from customers.

12:15

How to adjust chassis and do ADAS development using DiM

Liu Chongzhen
Engineer sales manager
VI-grade
JAPAN
According with its overwhelming performance showing smooth movement in the low-frequency range and reproducing the extreme driving conditions of a vehicle in the high-frequency range, DiM will be used to simulate and analyze the dynamic behavior of the vehicle in real time via a vehicle model in the lab during the primary development phrase. DiM enables users to verify their vehicle models, and is normally utilized as a new simulation tool for reducing the quantity of prototype cars and shortening the development time.

13:00

Papers from Sonus Technologies Co Ltd

Sonus Technologies Co Ltd

14:15

Real-world emissions

Richard Adams
Commercial manager – test engineering
Horiba MIRA
UK
The recent VW scandal has drawn the focus of legislators and the world’s media toward tailpipe emissions. At the same time, the EU legislative landscape was already in a process of change, with new drive cycles and testing outside the laboratory firmly in the pipeline. This presentation will explain the key changes to global emissions standards, and the challenging measurement process required to achieve real driving emissions (RDE). Richard will separate the facts about emissions testing from the media fiction, and explain how emission testing will never be the same again. He will also outline how Euro 6d RDE testing experience can benefit China 6’s implementation.

14:45

E-mobility and solutions from Horiba

Dr Jianping Wang
General manager automotive strategies
Horiba Europe GmbH
GERMANY
Due to the global long-term zero-emission mobility vision, many countries are aiming to become the lead market and provider for electric mobility in the near future. Drive electrification reduces dependence on oil, cuts CO2 emissions and allows the vehicles of tomorrow to be fully integrated into new multi-model traffic system models. As of December 2016, China has the world's largest stock of highway-legal light-duty plug-in electric vehicles with cumulative sales of more than 645,000 plug-in electric passenger cars. Both government and the automotive industry have invested and will invest in electric mobility development. Horiba has developed its test stands to support the development of e-mobility.

15:30

Automotive Noise and Vibration Fundamentals

James Wren, MEng, CEng, MIET
Engineering & applications specialist
Prosig Ltd
NA1
This free to attend training course will take engineers of all abilities on a journey through the history and fundamentals of automotive noise and vibration. The presentation will attempt to explain why it is done like it is. Topics covered will include Accelerometers and Microphones, Data Acquisition Systems, Signal Processing software, focusing on Time domain signals, Frequency domain signals, and Rotational analysis

Day 3: Thursday 21 September

WORKSHOP ONE

10:15

Papers from SGS

Jules Wang
Automotive electric parts testing product line manager
SGS
CHINA

11:15

Developing a network that will surpass your expectations – a look into active network monitoring vs. datalogging

Jeff Warra
Business development manager
Spirent Communications
USA
OEMs and suppliers from the automotive, off-highway and heavy-duty truck industries are running out of bandwidth for the next advancements in autonomous driving technology. These industries are turning to Ethernet technology for their in-vehicle communications networks to deliver high-bandwidth data from sensors to systems. The vision is to have one Ethernet backbone connecting most of the components in the car by the end of 2018. The de-facto standard OABR (Open Alliance BroadR-Reach) is now accelerating the development of Ethernet-based components for cars, trucks and agriculture industries. Classic bus systems like CAN and FlexRay were designed at inception to deliver critical control messages in real time. The real-time requirements need to be addressed for the Ethernet architectures because Ethernet technology was not created to be a real-time communications bus. The shift to a new physical layer interface (PHY) will bring a huge number of challenges to these industries. Some of the challenges result from the larger data flows and larger packet sizes the peripheral chips will have to store, evaluate, forward, manipulate, pass or block data. Each one of these functions will have state operational logic with its own caching and timing limitations that will cause unwanted side effects for your network performance and availability.

12:15

Damper test solutions provided by Servotest

Matthew Cowie
Operations director
Servotest Testing Systems Ltd
Servotest has been at the forefront of servohydraulic damper test machine development for over 40 years, and it continues to push the boundaries to deliver the ultimate in performance and accuracy. From top-level motorsport to tanks and trains, Servotest has a solution to suit all customers. Current applications include research and development, quality auditing and mass production. Each of these markets has specific needs. A production environment necessitates high throughput, repeatability and exceptional durability, whereas a development laboratory focuses on accurate measurement of in-service characteristics. All machines are tailored to suit the customers’ needs, as optimal configuration forms an essential part of both the research and the production environment. This presentation will introduce how Servotest serves your damper test requirements and solves your test problems by sharing actual customer cases and experiences.

Day 3: Thursday 21 September

WORKSHOP TWO

10:15

The interpretation and the solution to meet the standard VDA 233-102 'Cyclic corrosion testing of materials and components in automotive construction'

Chris Cui
Technical director
Votech (Shanghai) Company Limited
CHINA

11:15

Dummy objects and vehicle puller

Jiangyan Guo
Engineer
Beijing Tianxiang Hengtong Automotive Equipment Co Ltd
CHINA
According to accident statistics from different research there is a high amount of fatal and seriously injured accidents involving cars and vulnerable road users like pedestrians and bicyclists. More than 90% of these accidents are caused by human failure. That’ s the reason why car manufacturers and system suppliers are working on the development of new advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to prevent or mitigate collisions with pedestrians, bicyclists or other vulnerable road users. Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) systems and front collision warning (FCW) are increasingly common, using sophisticated technology to automatically intervene when a driver fails to brake in time. 4activeSystems GmbH works in the field of active vehicle safety to develop and produce advanced testing technologies and target objects like pedestrian-, bicyclist-, scooter- or other vehicle-dummies. Our challenge is to simulate a realistic accident situation and displaying the dummies in a realistic way with regard to different sensor systems like radar, infrared, mono- or stereo-cameras. Our customers are primary international automotive manufacturers and suppliers. 4activeSystems GmbH is part of the 4a technolo-gy group. All 4a companies are linked by their joint mission statement: “in physics we trust …”

12:15

Shipping Test for a Car with Radar-Based Pre-Crash Safety Systems

KEYCOM

Day 3: Thursday 21 September

WORKSHOP ONE

10:15

Papers from SGS

Jules Wang
Automotive electric parts testing product line manager
SGS
CHINA

11:15

Developing a network that will surpass your expectations – a look into active network monitoring vs. datalogging

Jeff Warra
Business development manager
Spirent Communications
USA
OEMs and suppliers from the automotive, off-highway and heavy-duty truck industries are running out of bandwidth for the next advancements in autonomous driving technology. These industries are turning to Ethernet technology for their in-vehicle communications networks to deliver high-bandwidth data from sensors to systems. The vision is to have one Ethernet backbone connecting most of the components in the car by the end of 2018. The de-facto standard OABR (Open Alliance BroadR-Reach) is now accelerating the development of Ethernet-based components for cars, trucks and agriculture industries. Classic bus systems like CAN and FlexRay were designed at inception to deliver critical control messages in real time. The real-time requirements need to be addressed for the Ethernet architectures because Ethernet technology was not created to be a real-time communications bus. The shift to a new physical layer interface (PHY) will bring a huge number of challenges to these industries. Some of the challenges result from the larger data flows and larger packet sizes the peripheral chips will have to store, evaluate, forward, manipulate, pass or block data. Each one of these functions will have state operational logic with its own caching and timing limitations that will cause unwanted side effects for your network performance and availability.

12:15

Damper test solutions provided by Servotest

Matthew Cowie
Operations director
Servotest Testing Systems Ltd
Servotest has been at the forefront of servohydraulic damper test machine development for over 40 years, and it continues to push the boundaries to deliver the ultimate in performance and accuracy. From top-level motorsport to tanks and trains, Servotest has a solution to suit all customers. Current applications include research and development, quality auditing and mass production. Each of these markets has specific needs. A production environment necessitates high throughput, repeatability and exceptional durability, whereas a development laboratory focuses on accurate measurement of in-service characteristics. All machines are tailored to suit the customers’ needs, as optimal configuration forms an essential part of both the research and the production environment. This presentation will introduce how Servotest serves your damper test requirements and solves your test problems by sharing actual customer cases and experiences.

WORKSHOP TWO

10:15

The interpretation and the solution to meet the standard VDA 233-102 'Cyclic corrosion testing of materials and components in automotive construction'

Chris Cui
Technical director
Votech (Shanghai) Company Limited
CHINA

11:15

Dummy objects and vehicle puller

Jiangyan Guo
Engineer
Beijing Tianxiang Hengtong Automotive Equipment Co Ltd
CHINA
According to accident statistics from different research there is a high amount of fatal and seriously injured accidents involving cars and vulnerable road users like pedestrians and bicyclists. More than 90% of these accidents are caused by human failure. That’ s the reason why car manufacturers and system suppliers are working on the development of new advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to prevent or mitigate collisions with pedestrians, bicyclists or other vulnerable road users. Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) systems and front collision warning (FCW) are increasingly common, using sophisticated technology to automatically intervene when a driver fails to brake in time. 4activeSystems GmbH works in the field of active vehicle safety to develop and produce advanced testing technologies and target objects like pedestrian-, bicyclist-, scooter- or other vehicle-dummies. Our challenge is to simulate a realistic accident situation and displaying the dummies in a realistic way with regard to different sensor systems like radar, infrared, mono- or stereo-cameras. Our customers are primary international automotive manufacturers and suppliers. 4activeSystems GmbH is part of the 4a technolo-gy group. All 4a companies are linked by their joint mission statement: “in physics we trust …”

12:15

Shipping Test for a Car with Radar-Based Pre-Crash Safety Systems

KEYCOM
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