Take the driver out the vehicle, remove the risk
We supplied the first Driverless Test System (DTS) in 2007 and since then our customers worldwide have chosen driverless testing for the tests where there is a risk to the test driver’s health.
Tests designed to accelerate the wear of vehicle components, these typically involve repeatedly driving a vehicle over rough surfaces. Durability tests are tedious and physically demanding for drivers, but perfect for driving robots.
Find out more about our solutions for Durability Testing.
Tests with a risk of roll-over
Fishhook tests and other aggressive vehicle dynamics tests designed to destabilise a vehicle can be performed with zero risk to a driver using the DTS.
Find out more about Fishhook Testing.
When a collision is a certainty, the DTS is the safe choice. Our customers use the driverless test system for doing tests such as evaluating post-collision auto braking systems.
Designed to explore what happens to a vehicle in an extreme situation, such as driving into a sandbank or becoming airborne after driving over a ramp.
Typically used to determine whether airbags or other elements of passenger restraint systems are deployed in non-collision situations.
Read more about Misuse Testing.
ADAS testing with multiple vehicles passing close to each other carries an obvious element of risk. Using the DTS allows all risk of human injury to be eliminated.
Read more about ADAS Testing.
Click on the elements to find out what goes into a driverless system.