RobustSENSE as example for the impact of ADAS on powertrain testing

RobustSENSE project partner AVL held the 3rd AVL Driveline Open in November 2017 in Bensheim, Germany informing about the newest developments in testing various functions and hardware configurations for conventional and electric powertrains for cars and trucks. Christian Schyr from AVL’s Advanced Solutions Lab in Karlsruhe and Steffen Müller, professor at the Department of Automotive Engineering at the Technical University Berlin held a joint presentation on the impact of advanced driver assistance systems on powertrain testing methods using the RobustSENSE project as an example.

The sophisticated tire-road and driving dynamics simulation model of modern test beds allow for extensive testing under controllable and reproducible conditions like adverse weather and other critical driving scenarios, making it possible to test newly developed technology and algorithms with a fully integrated car in a safe and efficient lab environment.

AVL Germany, the Technical University Berlin and Fraunhofer FOKUS have been cooperating on simulating the RobustSENSE platform on a test bed as part of the RobustSENSE liaison activities since early 2017 and plan to extend their cooperation in the coming months.

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RobustSENSE website fully launched

01/02/2016 Background information, news and contacts – the RobustSENSE website serves as the central communication platform for the project. From now on, it will provide you with all the latest project news and developments.

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