Validate ADAS and AV performance with confidence
OxTS RT-Range onboard the RT3000 v3
Collect real-time relative position, orientation, and dynamics measurements between your vehicle under test and a network of static and moving targets.
- Preferred INS of driving robot and platform manufacturers
- Brings all data together in one vehicle on the CAN bus
- Used widely by Euro NCAP and NHTSA test labs for vehicle safety rating and benchmarking
- Can be easily integrated with your Acquisition System whilst offering standalone tools for analysis too
- Measure the closest point between vehicles/targets using a polygon tool needed for Euro NCAP
- Collect reference data for sensor field of view and target visibility – recommended for junction-assist testing
Explore our products for ADAS
OxTS products give you a comprehensive list of relative measurements between moving vehicles.
As well as real-time feedback, results are available via software dashboard with definable test parameters. All measurements are brought together on a network and are output over CAN, Serial or Ethernet.
OxTS systems are a preferred inertial navigation system of driving robot manufacturers, as well as providing you with reliability on proving grounds and the open road.
Using OxTS units means you are using the same systems specified in their test requirements by NCAP, NHTSA and others, providing additional confidence in results consistency.
Vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-lane testing capability on the RT3000 v3
The industry standard GNSS/INS for ADAS and autonomous vehicle testing
Ready for challenging GNSS environments
Reliable long range WiFi communication between vehicles
Surveying lanes for RT-Range maps
Dual Antenna Roof Mount
Rigid pre-set antenna mount with built-in ground planes
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.
Products in action - demonstrating junction tests at Asta Zero AB
Trusted by Euro NCAP
Software and plugins
Our software solutions support the use of OxTS products delivering key functionality including configuration, data display, analysis and troubleshooting as well as post-processing.
What's more, OxTS devices are compatible with leading Data Acqusition systems including Dewesoft, Dewetron and Vector.View software modules