The new generation RT3000 v3 brings together trusted, proven precision measurement capabilities, advanced connectivity capabilities and the intelligence of the RT-Range S Hunter technology. One “truth box” to ascertain all the range, motion and orientation measurements you need during multiple vehicle ADAS testing.
OxTS offer a range of features designed to help ADAS test engineers to collect reference data that validates the performance of individual sensors and overall safety. These include our Polygon tool and Multiple Sensor Point technology – adapted to cope with the newer more complex test protocols presented by Euro NCAP.
All-in-one measurement solution for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-lane testing
- Onboard RT-Range processor utilises measurements captured by RTs to process the range, orientation and relative motion of multiple vehicles
- Less hassle – now a one-box solution
- Multiple sensor points functionality – be ready for junction-assist 2020 testing
- Open-road testing made easier with onboard NTRIP client
- Removes the need for the significant power requirements typically needed to run multiple test systems
* The above description and the features, applications and resources provided on this page relate solely to the RT3000 v3 model with ADAS testing feature codes. For enquiries or information regarding the RT-Range S, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Automatic Emergency Braking Car-to-Car Rear Stationary
When testing AEB systems with a stationary vehicle target, it is necessary to know the precise location, speed, heading, acceleration and yaw rate of the Vehicle Under Test (VUT).
This application guide outlines the equipment and process you will need to conduct an AEB CCRs test.
Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Keep Assist (LKA)
When testing LDW and LKA systems, it is necessary to have an accurate map of the lanes as well as the precise location, speed, heading, acceleration and yaw rate of the Vehicle Under Test (VUT) throughout the test.
This application guide provides a step-by-step process for Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Keep Assist (LKA) testing.
Automated Valet Park (AVP) and Park Assist
Parking is a low speed manoeuvre that involves small vehicle-to-target distances. Therefore, precise position and heading are required and the full size and profile of the hunter vehicle and any target vehicles, curbs or parking bays must be known precisely.
Find out what equipment you’ll need, and how you’ll use it, to test and validate your parking systems.
Automatic Emergency Braking Car-to-Car Rear Moving and Braking (AEB CCRm/CCRb)
When testing Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) systems with a moving or braking vehicle target, it is necessary to know the precise location, speed, acceleration, heading and yaw rate of both the Vehicle Under Test (VUT) and the target.
This application guide outlines the equipment and process you will need to conduct AEB CCRm and AEB CCRb tests.