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Automotive Test and Measurement

Automotive Test and Measurement

An Electronic Design-hosted on-demand webinar sponsored by National Instruments

Available On-Demand
Originally Broadcast:
Monday, November 04, 2019
Sponsor: National Instruments
Duration: 1 Hour

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Summary:

Safety and reliability testing for ADAS and Autonomous Vehicles

The Test and Measurement industry is facing a new challenge, one brought about by the steady roll out of EVs and Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) which are rapidly moving towards fully automated Level 5 operation. It is estimated that an automated vehicle could be equipped with 50 different sensors in 15 systems generating approximately 4 terabytes of data a day. What is more, because these connected, highly automated cars will rely on more than one type of network architecture, designers are being challenged to test and troubleshoot multiple network technologies simultaneously.

 Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Amount and type of testing needed
  • Sensor Testing:
    • Radar and Lidar
    • Cameras
    • Sonar
    • GPS
  • Requirements for testing autonomous vehicle platforms
  • What the primary players are doing
  • Improving reliability (quality over time)
  • Simulating driving conditions
  • Standards  (e.g., ISO 26262)
  • Hardware and software testing
  • IC/semiconductor testing
  • Status of federal and state policy for providing safety assurance and facilitating innovation in self-driving vehicles
  • Communications: 5G and dedicated short-range communications
  • Security

Speaker:

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Murray Slovick,Principal of Technology Content, Intelligent TechContent

Trained as an engineer, Murray Slovick has had more than 20 years of experience as chief editor of award-winning publications. He previously was Editorial Director at Hearst Business Media where he was responsible for the online and print content of Electronic Products, among other properties in the U.S. and China. He has also served as Executive Editor at CMP’s eeProductCenter and spent a decade as editor-in-chief of the IEEE flagship publication Spectrum. Mr. Slovick currently is the principal of the technology content-generating company Intelligent TechContent.

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