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Get our technology white paper
The virtual proving ground environment to test the AD algorithms is implemented by the famous 3D game engine UNITY. The vehicle behavior is simulated by the integration of FMU 2.0 model that can be generated by tools such as OpenModelica, MATLAB ... The data processing algorithms can be implemented by C/C++ or python running in parallel by the UNITY engine where the data is transferred by shared memory. Fast and real-time. See the details in our white paper which you can download from the link. The company introduction can be downloaded from this link.
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Get our sample proving ground
We provide a sample proving ground to demonstrate the notion of the concept. Here the proving ground is a 2 lane road with the necessary curvature to test the LDW. The road has a damaged texture and the lanes are low-quality faint. The road has different luminosities to test and validate the robustness of the tested algorithms. The sensor set is consisting only of a front camera with a typical aperture and resolution. You can download the environment from the link. The executable can be executed from windows and the prerequisites are defined in the read me files.
Get our sample vehicle model
The physical model of the vehicle is already embedded in UNITY engine. But still drive train, brake and steering are major stakeholders in the AD features. These can be modelled and integrated into the environment using well-known FMU 2.0 models. These models can be generated by using simulation tools such as OpenModelica or MATLAB. OpenModelica is a free tool that can be used to generate the FMU 2.0 model. You can download the OpenModelica files from the link as a sample model.
Get our sample LDW feature
Maybe the most well know and common Level-1 feature used in today's vehicles is Lane Departure Warning. The feature utilizes the front camera and detects the lanes. If any unintended lane departure is detected the feature issues a warning. The necessary Visual C++ project and source codes can be dorwnloaded from the link. This is a standalone executable that runs in parallel with the UNITY environment which processes front camera video using the well-known image processing library OpenCV.