ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) is the name given to a group of technologies being implemented by the majority of car manufacturers around the world to improve driver safety and comfort. The Racelogic ADAS system is capable of testing and validating a wide range of these technologies and details of how the Racelogic system can be configured for each application is presented in this guide.
A number of terms are used in the document titles to indicate the type of tests to be undertaken. These terms are:
|Static Base||This refers to use of a static Base Station which is sending DGPS correction data. Normally this will be a Racelogic Base Station using RTCM v3.0.|
|Moving Base||Moving base denotes the use of an additional RTK capable VBOX3i in a second vehicle providing DGPS corrections via a radio link. This solution is used in open road testing.|
|Single Point||Single point tests use a single contact point on the vehicle to measure the distance from other vehicles, pedestrians or obstacles.|
|Multi Point||Multi point tests use up to 24 points on a vehicle to create a representation of the shape of the vehicle from which distances are measured.|
|Multi Static Point||This refers to a test that involves interaction with multiple static points - e.g. signpost recognition testing.|
|Single Target||This refers to a test that involves interaction with only one other vehicle.|
|Multi Target||This refers to tests that involve measuring distances from multiple vehicles.|
For a full PDF of the ADAS user manual click here.
Note: within the PDF, please follow FCW setups for ACC, AEB and BSD tests.