Our latest video is showing how our customers can develop their perception and automated driving SW in very fast iteration cycles using our re-simulation solution, which can automatically recreate real-world scenarios in simulation based on the auto-annotation of recorded data. Re-simulation is also unique in allowing customers to recreate any issues arising from real-road testing and explore the capabilities of their SW in a virtual closed-loop environment.
Simulating road degradation, lane marking deterioration and other road features
In the latest version of aiSim, you can simulate sunny, foggy, rainy or snowy conditions and alter them, even making micro-adjustments in real-time, during a simulation, such as combining sunny weather with wet asphalt or poor visibility – all with just a few clicks.
Visualizing a broad range of camera types & related ground truth information in aiSim to speed up camera perception development
Synthetic data generated by aiSim can improve the performance of NN-based perception algorithms in a fast, safe, and cost-efficient way for highway autopilot applications
Interactive sensor configuration and physics-based weather simulation to maximize ODD coverage
Virtual testing of sensor calibration algorithms
Large-scale testing from SiL to HiL
of automated driving ODDs from L2 to L4, including Highway, Parking and Urban applications. The sophisticated
orchestration and test evaluation framework is available on
premises, as a cloud service and supports real-time operation in strict Hardware-in-the-Loop environment.
Resimulation of real-life edge cases
your public road data to simulated scenarios so you can
quickly isolate potential problems or re-simulate and further
modify any disengagements or driving incidents.
scenarios you can easily verify and validate your system and
software modules against Euro NCAP standards including
ALKS, ACC, Lane Keeping and many additional AD
ECU testing & co-simulation
deterministic, real-time operation mode integrated with the
physical interfaces of sensors and communication.