Vehicle-to-target and lane position measurements
The RT-Range Hunter can be used for accurate measurement of the relative motion and range of up to four target vehicles from a vehicle under test (VuT) or Hunter. Vehicle-to-vehicle measurements are computed over a 1 km range. The system can also precisely measure position relative to lane markings and up to 60,000 surveyed feature points e.g. traffic signals. Measurements are displayed in real-time and output over CAN in the Hunter vehicle.
Measure range to four targets simultaneously
The RT-Range Hunter creates a real-time network capable of tracking up to four targets and calculating distance, time to collision and other relative measurements in real-time. Targets can be vehicles, soft targets, pedestrian dummies or nearby objects.
Measure closest point and visibility of targets
Plot the outline of hunter and target vehicles to create polygons of up to 24 points. The RT-Range Hunter automatically calculates range measurements between the nearest polygon points and visibility of targets – features designed to support park-assist and collision avoidance testing.
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Open-road ADAS testing
Receive DGPS corrections via NTRIP for testing on public roads.
Use the RT-Backpack accessory for a complete turnkey target system in a backpack that can be carried by a pedestrian. Capable of tracking the position of pedestrians relative to a moving vehicle.
CAN bus data
The RT-Range Hunter has a real-time CAN display and logging capability. Log CAN data to one file from multiple vehicles in seconds