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White paper: From development to end-of-line

How to calibrate and test advanced driver assistance and autonomous driving systems EoL

Increased testing requirements are a critical part of production. Driver assistance systems and autonomous driving systems must undergo a comprehensive testing and validation process before vehicles can be handed over to end customers.

New development processes in this area use critical scenarios to demonstrate the successful integration and the reliability of the systems used. Sensor technology, in particular, plays a key role here, since the accuracy and interplay of sensor signals are significantly affected by vehicle assembly.

Process-oriented solutions are necessary for setting the chassis (wheel alignment), headlamps (headlamp alignment) and driver assistance systems (DAS alignment), as well as for testing the driving dynamics (roll/brake/ABS testing). This ensures that quality standards are high and legal requirements are met.

Find out from our white paper how necessary signals and information gained through simulation can be used in the end-of-line area. With the help of relevant scenarios, it is possible to test the vehicle's entire system, calibrate the sensor technology, and perform the integration of assistance and/or driving functions in the end-of-line area. Dürr also informs you about the processes that are used to ensure an extremely high level of comfort and safety, which is a must when driving a modern vehicle.

Order our white paper and find out how to overcome the challenges encountered when developing driver assistance systems.

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Our specialists from Dürr Assembly Products

Dipl.-Ing. Jörg Neumann
Director Product Line EoL PVT
Dürr Assembly Products GmbH
Köllner Str. 122 - 128
66346 Püttlingen
Germany
Dr. rer. nat. Thomas Tentrup
Director Development
Dürr Assembly Products GmbH
Köllner Str. 122 - 128
66346 Püttlingen
Germany
Dipl.-Ing. Martin Wagner
Product Manager Autonomous Driving
Dürr Assembly Products GmbH
Köllner Str. 122 - 128
66346 Püttlingen
Germany