The road to autonomous mobility is full of innovations and new technologies.
New ADAS functions require new test procedures to ensure road safety.
With its Active Safety products MESSRING is constantly exploring new and unexplored areas and continuously expanding the possibilities of validating autonomous and semi-autonomous driving functions.
To ensure Safer Mobility for all road users now and in the future.
AEB VRU Articulated Pedestrian Target
ASTERO - Active Safety Test Robot
ASTERO is a target designed for the validation of autonomous vehicle sensors and software with a focus on pedestrian emergency brake systems. The ASTERO can be programmed with the real motion data of a motion detection system and enables accurate validation of ADAS sensor systems and associated pedestrian detection software.
- Mimics walking, jogging and running pedestrians
- Compliant with Radar and optical reflectivity of the ACEA pedestrian target specifications
- Fully programmable pedestrian motions
Freedom of movement for pedestrian dummies
6D Target Mover
Pedestrians and bicycle destinations in current test scenarios usually move linearly, which does not adequately reflect reality. The 6D Target Mover allows dummies to move freely in six dimensions, including flexible control of direction, speed and angle. This enables extended functional tests of ADAS systems for path prediction and detection of leading indicators.
- Dummy movement in six dimensions
- Programming of reproducible scenarios
- Variable assembly with different VRU targets and dummies
Rain simulation for ADAS testing
SprayMaker helps to simulate the physical conditions between two moving vehicles during a rain phase. The typical influence of the amount of precipitation and the resulting water film on the sensors of ADAS vehicles can now be investigated independently of real weather conditions and with little technical effort.
- Cost-effective, mobile simulation of light and heavy rain
- Easy attachment to any common vehicle
- Mountable on Euro NCAP and NHTSA Vehicle Targets
AEB VRU Pedestrian Back-over Target
Playing Child Target (PCT)
The MESSRING Playing Child Target (PCT) realistically replicates a playing two-year-old child on a toy car and allows easy and efficient execution of AEB tests, especially AEB VRU pedestrian back-over scenarios. The realistic sensor signature is equally suitable for tests with radar, lidar, camera and ultrasonic sensors.
- Realistic sensor signature for radar, lidar, camera and ultrasonic sensors
- Test scenarios in driveways or parking spaces up to collision
- Static Vulnerable Road User Target