Vehicle radar sensor performance and integration validation
To ensure conditional automation or achieve full automation (level 3 to 5), advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) use numerous sensors including radars (Radio Detection and Ranging) reaching short, medium, and long ranges. Made to locate and estimate the speed and direction of objects in sight and at non-line of sight (NLOS), anti-collision radar subsystems are key component in safety-critical applications. It is therefore essential to test vehicle radar sensor at the component level during the product development phase and at the system level once radar sensors are operating among the vehicles wireless communication systems.
MVG's expertise in developping compact and reliable test environments allows us to offer test systems specifically designed for the evaluation of automotive radar sensors.
Experimental Investigation of Different Floor Materials in Automotive Near Field Antenna Testing
Virtual Drive Testing based on Automotive Antenna Measurements for Evaluation of Vehicle-to-X Communication Performances
Comparative Investigation of Spatial Filtering Techniques for Ground Plane Removal in PEC-Based Automotive Measurements
Application of the Translated-SWE Algorithm for the Characterization of Antennas Installed on Cars Using a Minimum Number of Samples