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Vehicle Separation Testing

Vehicle Separation Testing configuration information is available below.

Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Testing

As well as speed, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) allows a driver to maintain a set distance behind the car in front. ACC systems may feature a variety of features, such as auto disengagement and brake warning.

The VBOX 3i Vehicle Separation package is suitable for testing to ISO 15622 standard. Adaptive Cruise Control testing and validation can be conducted on the test track using a static DGPS Base Station, a  Moving Base or via an NTRIP correction solution.

Further details on ADAS ACC Testing can be found on our website.


Automatically Commanded Steering Function (ACSF)/ Lane Change Testing

VBOX 3i enables engineers to log positional and time-to-collision data from up to 3 moving targets and a lane simultaneously, allowing them to meet the guidelines set out by the new Lane Change Test for Automatically Commanded Steering Function (ACSF).

ACSF testing and validation can be conducted on the test track using a static DGPS Base Station or via an NTRIP correction solution.

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Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) Testing

The maximum braking power of a vehicle can be applied in some vehicles even if the driver does not brake himself. Such systems are grouped under the term 'Autonomous Emergency Braking' (AEB).

From 2014, the assessment of the AEB systems will be included in the star rating from Euro NCAP, from 2016 the AEB pedestrian test will also be included.

Further details on ADAS AEB Testing can be found on our website.


Blind Spot Detection (BSD) Testing

Blind Spot Detection (BSD) systems use cameras, radar sensors, light detection or ultrasonic systems to warn a driver whenever another object enters the blind spot area of a car.

With real-time measurement of parameters from up to three vehicles and at better than 2 cm positional accuracy, the VBOX test system allows manufacturers to verify the effectiveness of their Blind Sport Detection system easily and reliably.

Further details on ADAS BSD Testing can be found on our website.


Forward Collision Warning (FCW) Testing

Forward Collision Warning (FCW) systems have been proven to actively avoid or drastically reduce the severity of accidents. They work by monitoring the road, providing the driver with sufficient warning to change direction or apply the brakes when entering a predefined threshold to the vehicle in front.

Validating the performance of these systems is therefore vital, with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) stating that systems must activate before the time to collision reaches a minimum of 2.1 seconds.

Further details on ADAS FCW Testing can be found on our website.

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