VEHIL: a test facility for validation of fault management systems for advanced driver assistance systems

O.J. Gietelink, J. Ploeg, B. Schutter, de, M.H. Verhaegen

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Abstract

We present a methodological approach for the validation of fault management systems for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). For the validation process the unique VEHIL facility, developed by TNO Automotive and currently situated in Helmond, The Netherlands, is applied. The VEHIL facility provides the opportunity to make the entire development process of intelligent vehicles safer, cheaper, and more manageable, and to make simulation more reliable. The main feature of VEHIL is that a complete intelligent vehicle, including its sensors and actuators, can be tested in a Hardware-In-the-Loop simulation environment. In this way VEHIL can be applied in the design phase for fast and easy optimization of the sensor configuration. Moreover, due to its ability for providing very accurately controllable testing conditions, VEHIL can also be used for the validation of the performance of intelligent vehicle control and fault management systems. In this paper, we particularly focus on the use of VEHIL for the validation of fault management systems for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 1st IFAC symposium on Advances in Automotive Control (AAC 2004), 19-23 April 2004, Salerno, Italy
Publication statusPublished - 2004
Event4th IFAC Symposium Advances in Automotive Control (AAC 2004), April 19-23, 2004, Salerno, Italy - University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy
Duration: 19 Apr 200423 Apr 2004

Conference

Conference4th IFAC Symposium Advances in Automotive Control (AAC 2004), April 19-23, 2004, Salerno, Italy
Abbreviated titleAAC 2004
CountryItaly
CitySalerno
Period19/04/0423/04/04

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