It is difficult to imagine the automotive industry today without advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving functions – the same holds true for the use of virtual test driving to develop these functions.
However, a higher number of automated driving functions also leads to more challenges in development: The virtual prototype, also known as the digital twin, does not only have to model individual ADAS with a few sensors nowadays – it needs to map complex full systems.
At this point at the latest, the effort of development teams increases massively with conventional test methods, especially when different partial functions are tested with different tools – these only allow evaluate the full system behavior to a limited extent.
CarMaker offers an efficient and compact solution: The simulation platform allows to fully map automated vehicles and simulate them in all imaginable scenarios. The advantages of using a seamless simulation platform include significantly shorter development times and an increased test quality at the same time.
How exactly can you achieve this?
Our expert for ADAS and automated driving will tell you more in the video.