Measuring Technology

For the assessment of parameters relevant for driving dynamics, the Institute of Automotive Engineering has mobile measurement technology among other things:

  • Fiber-optic gyro system for vehicle dynamics measurements
  • Measuring wheel
  • Wheel axle system
  • Optical speed sensors
  • System for the high-precision measurement of relative movements between several vehicles for driver assistance systems
  • Measurement technology for detecting electrical energy flows in electric and hybrid powertrains

This allows the assessment of

  • Driving dynamics relevant motion variables
  • Objective driving dynamics assessment (longitudinal and lateral dynamics)
  • Driving safety (for example to support the development of vehicle dynamics regulations)
  • Ride comfort (vibrations)

Test Car Setup 1

•Purpose:

 Derive data for calibration/verification of sensor simulation and stimulation within Enable-S3

•Test Car:

  • BMW 640i with Full ADAS package, access to chassis and body CAN-BUS
  • Adaptive Drive
  • Active Steering front and rear wheels
  • Rear view camera
  • Park Distance Control (ultrasonic)
  • Lane Change Assist (short range radar)
  • Lane Keeping Assist
  • Speed Limit Info
  • ACC stop & go (Continental ARS308)
  • Night Vision with person recognition (passive FIR)
  • Surround View
  • Head Up Display
  • Dewetron CAPS
  • (Smarteye, heart rate measurement)

Test Car Setup 2

•Test car:

  • Peugeot ION full electric vehicle w/o ADAS but access to the entire CAN-BUS

•Sensors:

  • 2 x Continental ARS-308 Radar sensor with open CAN interface
  • 2 x Cohda Wireless MK4a V2X Evaluation Kit
  • 1 x MobilEye 630 front camera Full Extended Log Data with open CAN interface
  • 1 x MobilEye 630 front camera commercially available without open CAN interface
  • 1 x Ibeo Alaska laser scanner available on the institute
  • 1 x Ibeo Lux laser scanner
  • 1 x Front camera module from Continental with open CAN interface
  • Various pressure, displacement and acceleration sensors