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ACC - 2 Targets, Moving Base, Load Points

  • This guide will take you through a step by step process of setting up VBOX 3i units for ADAS Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) testing.
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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.


ADAS Test Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
Vehicles 1 Subject and 2 Target Vehicles
DGPS Correction Method Moving Base
IMU Integration No
CAN Hub No
Vehicle Contact Points Load

IMPORTANT - Please ensure that all product Firmware and Software versions are up to date!

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