Simulations- und Testumgebung für Fahrerassistenzsysteme

Translated title of the contribution: Vehicle in the loop (VIL)

Th Bock, K. H. Siedersberger, M. Zavrel, A. Breu, M. Maurer

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Abstract

Up to now the reproducible and safe test of driver assistance systems proves to be very difficult. This is true especially for collision mitigation tests. In this article today's state of the art of test and simulation methods for driver assistance systems is summarised at first. Then a new simulation and test environment is presented: In future the function of driver assistance systems can be tested and evaluated economically, reproducibly and most important without danger for the test person and test vehicle. To achieve this the real test vehicle is integrated into a traffic simulation by means of a vehicle in the loop (VIL) configuration. The vehicle does not move in real traffic but on open spaces or blocked off roads. It resorts to synthetic sensor data of a partly simulated environment. Methods and instruments of the augmented reality integrate the test driver into the synthetic outside traffic.

Translated title of the contributionVehicle in the loop (VIL)
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)1-16
Number of pages16
JournalVDI Berichte
Issue number1900
StatePublished - 2005

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