Novel Solutions to Complex Automotive Test Challenges
Exhibitor Round Table by ETS-Lindgren
Automotive EMC Technology continues to develop with the growing acceptance of vehicles with increasing levels of autonomy. At the same time, there is growing concern about the reliability of these vehicles due to their sophisticated levels of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) capabilities. ADAS features, including adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency breaking, lane departure warning systems, and blind spot warning, to name a few, are standard features drivers have come to expect – and increasingly rely on. Some of these features are now mandatory requirements for new production vehicles manufactured in Europe. Connectivity is also becoming a more prevalent component of the progressively autonomous vehicle. To ensure the safety and reliability of these ADAS features, including robust connectivity, today’s increasingly automated vehicles must be tested in a real-world representative environment. This requirement adds new complexity to traditional automotive EMC tests with various system emulators added to dynamometers as critical components of modern automotive test environments.
During the Round Table discussion, attendees will learn about the latest challenges, solutions, and enhancements to traditional anechoic and reverberation test chamber designs to meet today’s demand for multi-purpose, compact, and real-world yet economical test facilities. Each of our speakers will give a short presentation followed by a live question and answer session moderated by Marco Klingler, EMC Expert, Stellantis, Vélizy-Villacoublay, France