ESS systems aim to assist the driver’s steering input, altering the vehicle path, to avoid a potential collision. The system must only intervene when there is intent from the driver to avoid the collision through the steering. Following the driver’s initial input, the ESS system can then take over to rapidly steer around the hazard. Testing ESS systems need precise control of the steering so that the system can be triggered repeatably on approach of a hazard.
The demonstration will show how this complicated test can be conducted using AB Dynamics' driving robots. It enables precise path-following control of a vehicle and a multitude of options for triggering defined steering inputs, simulating the panic input from a driver in response to an impending collision.
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