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Tests of the SASPENCE system in VEHIL laboratory


The SASPENCE system is designed to aid the driver in avoiding accidents related to excessive speed and/or too small headway. One of the two SASPENCE demonstrator vehicles has been tested in the VEHIL laboratory of TNO in Helmond (The Netherlands).

 

The TNO VEHIL has been designed to test advanced driver assistance systems in a controlled environment. In this laboratory the vehicle under test is running on a chassis dyno, and obstacles are represented by robot vehicles (see pictures). In this way, it is possible to reproduce driving situations in a controlled and reproducible manner, and also to create traffic situations that would be dangerous to test on a public road or test track, e.g. for pre-crash situations.

 

The SASPENCE vehicle in the VEHIL laboratory

 

Road scenario is reproduced on a display for the front looking camera

 

In the VEHIL laboratory, the SASPENCE vehicle has been tested in a number of situations like following and approaching a vehicle in front, sudden braking of the preceding vehicle, and cut-in manoeuvres. The analysis of the recorded data on the behaviour of the system will give an accurate analysis of the response of the driver assistance system. The results will be used for further improvement of the functionalities and for evaluation of the safety impact of the system.

 

For more information, please contact SASPENCE SP Leader Andrea Saroldi at [email protected]

 


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