Visit our presentation: Virtual test drives with multiple vehicles under test for the evaluation of collaborative assisted and automated driving functions
The advancing automation and connectivity of vehicles result in a dramatic increase of system complexity, since the boundaries for the system under test are no longer limited to a single vehicle but comprise a set of multiple cooperating vehicles. Our presentation together with RWTH Aachen and FEV describes the challenges how to master function development with multiple vehicles under test by using virtual test drives.
Perception-based driving functions are extended by collaborative elements through car-2-car communication
DYNA4 is used to integrate multiple vehicle models into one master model including sensor, communication, vehicle dynamics and powertrain models
Results of the simulations for the platooning function