Interview with our light experts from MESSRING (Part II)

In the first session, our lighting experts have already explained how lighting systems at MESSRING are planned for crash or sled test facility operation and the particular advantages of applying M=LIGHT LED lamps. We have asked Max, Stefan, Benjamin and Justinas again for an interview. This time we wanted to find out why these high amounts of light are necessary at all and what exactly the point of "flashing" and synchronizing flash and camera is.

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New Robot Facilitates Autonomous Vehicle Testing

The practical suitability of semi- and fully autonomous vehicles is often determined by many test-drive kilometers on public roads. While this method very effectively allows the vehicle to “learn” all real-world situations, the replication of desired situations is not guaranteed and can therefore result in hours of driving with very little new or useful data being gained.

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Increasingly Realistic Crash Tests

With M=BRAKE, MESSRING launches the world’s first solution to add the forces of Automated Emergency Braking into a crashtest facility, reproducing dummy and vehicle dynamics prior to impact. Modern crash test facilities must simulate crash situations realistically and with high…
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A Sprinting Pedestrian in Heavy Rain

The question of how state-of-the-art driver assistance systems as well as partially autonomous, highly autonomous, and fully autonomous vehicles in levels 3 to 5 can demonstrate their suitability for use on public roads is a matter of concern for legislators,…
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