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AEB - 1 Target, Moving Base, CAN Hub, 2 Way Comms, Load Points

  • This guide will take you through a step by step process of setting up VBOX 3i units for ADAS Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) testing.
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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.


ADAS Test Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB)
Vehicles 1 Subject and 1 Target Vehicle
DGPS Correction Method Moving Base
IMU Integration No
CAN Hub Yes
Two Way Communication Yes
Vehicle Contact Points Load

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

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