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ISO/SAE 21434 is a standard that defines a cybersecurity management system (CSMS) to engineer vehicles securely. By implementing this standard, a tremendous amount of work is created to develop quality security requirements for vehicles and their components, and then test to ensure that the vehicle actually implements them and achieves the desired secure state. Block Harbor will present several examples of security testing and showcase a automate verification and validation for ISO/SAE 21434.
When planning a new battery cell laboratory, it is important to balance fulfilling the test requirements and considering the budget at the same time. To achieve this goal the scope of testing needs to be evaluated so that specific test equipment for different applications can be used to maximize their individual value. As the market matures and test laboratories are getting bigger it is worth to check for potentially unutilized capacities.
Advancing Autonomous Vehicle Development with Detailed Environment Emulation - Vehicle autonomy is built on the connected car and massive streams of data. In pursuit of Level 5, simulation falls short, but road testing is risky. Keysight's environment emulator enables in-lab testing versus realistic roadway scenarios. Using total scene generation, it exercises ADAS software using synchronized inputs to actual sensors. The result: deep insights early in the development cycle.
Automotive Radar is one of the key features of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. As the radar technology continues to evolve with higher frequencies, wider bandwidths, more resolution, and multiple targets, maintaining measurement accuracy is crucial for radar design quality which directly impacts to safety. In this presentation we'll talk about measurement uncertainty on radar measurement.
Key Agenda Topics:
• Key Drivers in ADAS and Autonomous Driving
• Accuracy of automotive radar measurement and minimizing uncertainty
• FMCW automotive radar
• Measurement uncertainty and Risk
• Measurement examples
• Integrity of calibration and test solutions