Virtual road traffic

  • 02-Feb-2015 03:58 EST
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A model for traffic and environment simulations from dSPACE supports the testing of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). ASM Traffic 3.0, part of the Automotive Simulation Models (ASM) library, simulates active safety systems including autonomous emergency braking and emergency steering assistance, allowing users to test and demonstrate ADAS capabilities early in development. With the ASMs, developers can simulate test vehicles, urban and rural road networks, other vehicles, pedestrians, and traffic signs in real time. Virtual sensors detect the objects in the simulated environment and signal ADAS to take appropriate action. Simulated collision risk scenarios can be used regressively to test the functionality of active safety and driver assistance systems. Engineers also can import road information from other mapping and simulation tools.

For more information, visit Booth 501 at SAE 2015 World Congress.

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