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Reducing impact of rainwater on ADAS sensors by optimizing vehicle aerodynamics

Webinar on demand | 52 minutos

Ensuring safe and reliable ADAS systems in harsh operating conditions

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Sensors are the eyes and ears of a modern vehicle, providing a stream of information that is used by Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) to make driving decisions. It is becoming increasingly critical that automated (and semi-automated) vehicles are not rendered “blind and deaf” by rainwater, a splatter of mud, or even a carefully aimed bird dropping.

This webinar will focus on how a realistic simulation including water and dirt management as part of the aerodynamics design, as well as a design space exploration technology, allow OEMs to optimize aerodynamic designs that reduce sensor contamination for safer ADAS systems.

Você aprenderá:

  • How to include water and dirt management as part of the aerodynamics design
  • How a realistic simulation approach is used to improve vehicle part design and so reduce sensor contamination
  • How design space exploration supports mirror aerodynamics design optimization and ADAS sensors reliability