Introducing the ADAS HIL System by LHP & Konrad Technologies
Elevate your engineering efficiencies, stay ahead of the competition, and ensure that you produce the safest product possible with a vehicle-to-lab (V2L) automated ADAS testing system.
The new ADAS HIL System by LHP and Konrad Technologies is an advanced, agile, and automated solution.
Together, LHP and Konrad Technologies provide the complete automation of your ADAS testing environment with their latest solution.
The combined solution of Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) augmented with the LHP functional safety ecosystem enables your ADAS system to achieve state-of-the-art product safety.
Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are the precursor to full autonomy. As the complexity of those systems increases, the full verification and validation at a vehicle level become either too cumbersome or impossible to perform on the road. In addition, the evolution of safety standards requires a methodical systems-based approach to the design, verification, and validation.
You cannot test every scenario on public roadways. For every change, repeating the tests that you can perform is cost-prohibitive. Without automation and functional safety-based design and verification control, only nominal cases can be tested on the road, which leaves an organization open to failures, recalls, and liability.
LHP and Konrad Technologies offer a simulated environment for automated ADAS testing.
LHP will define the requirements and test cases. The solution offered by LHP and Konrad will offer a HIL in the cloud environment to simulate vehicle scenarios. Some environmental and element testing can be simulated.
Safety standards will be sent through the V-Model that will reveal the test systems that we want to execute versus the output of the tests. We will then send the tests to the cloud, and Konrad will use their HIL to simulate the vehicle scenarios, including camera functions, sensors, Radar, and LiDAR. This equipment will simulate scenarios that we will feed to the ADAS HIL that will turn from scenarios to actual signals.
Through a functional safety lens, the new ADAS HIL Solution:
This allows the manufacturer to identify issues more quickly, reducing time to market. The need for live road testing is greatly minimized, significantly reducing the potential risk to drivers and testers.
The new ADAS HIL System by LHP and Konrad Technologies assists companies in achieving faster time to market and safer vehicle production.
Integrated Tools from Requirements to Test Cases and Results
Automated Test Equipment for ADAS
Assessment of Functional Safety Workflows and Interactions with Test Systems
Input: Existing tools for project management, requirements management, test management, data management, configuration management, and audits.
Output: Integrated toolchain for ADAS compliance, upgraded with functional safety processes; an optimized toolchain for verification and validation of ADAS, constrained to functional safety workflows.
Input: Existing ADAS system design, interfaces, and design requirements.
Output: Automated equipment and test interfaces for verification of sensors, integrated into the tool chain.
Input: Existing workflows, processes, and documentation.
Output: Functional safety compliance practices and audit readiness.
ADAS HIL System is the first functional safety-certified ADAS test system on the market. Download the LHP and Konrad Technologies free demo today to learn how:
The LHP ALM interface solution provides the ability to gather test case data and apply it to the ATE environment
Results are then added back to the ALM environment to close the gap between test cases and test results
The solution provides a controlled, automated method for regression testing
To develop a Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (HARA)
To develop technical safety concepts; and
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This latest eBook should be used as a resource to further educate your organization on how to ensure safety when designing and verifying ADAS products, features, and vehicles.
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