Racelogic VBOX systems provide a highly accurate
solution to test and
validate ADAS technology.
Motor manufacturers are now fitting
latest technology in the form of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems - or
ADAS. These systems use sensors and warning lamps to analyse driver actions
and either warn or intervene when necessary to protect vehicle occupants
and other road users.
Manufacturers and suppliers must conform to new regulations before
introducing these increasingly popular features into new vehicles.
With the possibility that
some ADAS systems will soon become mandatory, it is increasingly
important that testing methods are accurate, flexible, and affordable.
Racelogic's VBOX ADAS Testing System
With a number of
manufactures and component suppliers as clients, the Racelogic VBOX ADAS testing system allows developers to
easily verify the effectiveness of their products. Real time
measurements with an accuracy of less than 2cm, the Racelogic ADAS
system can operate simultaneously in 2 vehicles.
The heart of Racelogic's
ADAS test solution
is the VBOX 3i R10G10 100Hz data logger, connected via radio
telemetry to an RTK BaseStation giving the sub 2cm positional accuracy.
Unique to the Racelogic
ADAS system is the ability to seamlessly integrate the VBOX 3i data with
This is an ideal solution for
the NHTSA requirement for their FCWS (Forward Collision
Warning Systems) and NHTSA LDWS (Lane Departure Warning Systems)
NHTSA require that video
evidence to be provided of the systems operating, along with the data. A
Video VBOX (which can record from up to 4 bullet cameras) enables the
data to be synchronised and embedded on the video in real time for
enhanced analysis and demonstration.
This simple way of
viewing complex information enables users to immediately recognize the
relationship between different variables, enabling more effective
testing. Monitoring the actions of driver, vehicle, and external
environment alongside positional data is invaluable in test analysis.
Systems are fully
configurable to suit each and every customer's needs. Prices start from
€35,000 - Contact us for more information.
How does the VBOX achieve its
In addition to GPS, VBOX 3i receives
data from Russian GLONASS satellites, which improves the
acquisition time and robustness of the satellite lock for more
reliability. Corrections from a locally placed RTK differential
BaseStation results in reducing the positional accuracy to under 2cm.