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BSD - 1 Target, Static Base, 2 Way Comms, 24 Points

  • This guide will take you through a step by step process of setting up VBOX 3i units for ADAS Blind Spot Detection (BSD) testing.
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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.


ADAS Test Blind Spot Detection (BSD)
Vehicles 1 Subject and 1 Target Vehicle
DGPS Correction Method Static Base Station
IMU Integration No
CAN Hub No
Two Way Communication Yes
Vehicle Contact Points Up to 24

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

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