RT-Range – an introduction to OxTS’ comprehensive ADAS testing solution

The RT-Range is a powerful system that has been designed to work in conjunction with our GNSS-aided inertial navigation products. Its main function is to produce real-time distance measurements between 

Why it is necessary to integrate an inertial measurement unit with imaging systems on an autonomous vehicle

For more than ten years there has been an increasing impetus in the development of autonomous vehicles.  Autonomous vehicle developers and enthusiasts believe they can provide a safer, more efficient 

Benchmarking advanced emergency brake systems

Rear-end collisions are the most common types of accidents. The causes range from inattentiveness when the car in front slows or stops; distractions such as mobile phones, eating or adjusting 

Repeatable vehicle testing

When testing vehicles it is often difficult to assess whether changes to suspension, tyres, vehicle loading, etc. have made a significant change to the performance or stability of the vehicle. 

RT3000 vs. GPS-Only Speed Comparison

Recently two new technologies designed to measure vehicle speed have emerged, GPS and Inertial Navigation Systems (INS). In this article we take a look at the differences between velocity measurements 

What does GLONASS add?

In the area of vehicle testing most OxTS users work in open proving grounds with few or no trees, no building, nothing to block the sky. In these conditions GPS 

Using several OxTS applications at the same time using the OxTS UDP Server

The RT and Inertial+ products use UDP broadcasts to output data over Ethernet. These can be picked up from any computer that is listening. The UDP port used to receive data from the Inertial+ and RT products can 

Cone placement files

We have started a library of cone placement files so that it is easier to lay out cones according to fixed patterns using Enginuity. If you have any other cone