To further the massive push for autonomous driving, UTAC CERAM has opened a new testing center wholly dedicated to automated and connected vehicles. The TEQMO proving grounds include the company’s current testing facilities, such as an array of ADAS testing tracks and an EMC laboratory, as well as a selection of new tracks. The new section consists of three main areas: highway, intersections and maneuvers, and finally, city and parking.
On-site, test engineers will be able to count on UTAC CERAM’s own highly qualified engineers and modern equipment, including robotized targets, driving robots, localization and synchronization tools, IT infrastructure and data services, EV charging infrastructure, and more.
In addition to its infrastructure for real-world testing, the company is also investing in simulation – including vehicle-in-the-loop testing solutions – to be able to offer the most comprehensive scope of services for autonomous and connected vehicles.