How Do We Test ADAS Equipped Vehicles?
The Racelogic solution utilises 100 Hz GPS data loggers (VB3iSL-RTK) to measure relative position from the subject vehicle to lane edges, static points or up to two moving vehicles.
Each VB3iSL-RTK unit receives an RTK (real time kinematic) DGPS correction message from a local GPS Base station to gain the positional accuracy required to measure ADAS parameters to 2 cm accuracy.
The RTK DGPS correction message can be supplied via a radio link by a locally placed static Base station, or by another VB3iSL-RTK acting as a ‘Moving Base’. The configuration of both modes is explained in this manual.
Each VBOX outputs its data via a CAN bus, so that the Racelogic ADAS solution can be integrated with a 3rd party data acquisition system.
The Racelogic ADAS test solution is also able to log other parameters from the test vehicle, via CAN bus and analogue or digital inputs.
As a further test enhancement/requirement synchronised video can also be recorded by the connection of a Video VBOX system.