The Autonomous Vehicle for ADAS Testing (AVAT) is a remotely controlled platform capable of carrying dummy shaped targets, which allows recreating potential collision situations to analyze the ADAS response of the vehicle under test. This self driven platform has been designed to be overrun without causing any damage, its batteries ensure the autonomy needed for the different testing scenarios, is capable of carrying different crash targets and the use of the differential GPS guarantees the precision and repeatability of all the maneuvers.
Several universal fixing points assure that many different outer envelopes can be attached to the platform:
- Balloon car
- Balloon pedestrian
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The platform set of maneuvers assures that all the relevant scenarios can be reproduced.
• Controlled braking
• Controlled speed
• Lane change
• Path invasion
• Roundabout test
• Synchronized collision
Some of the possible scenarios for AVAT:
- Scenario for AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking) testing: The vehicle under testing is moving at a constant speed, and the AVAT carrying a balloon car, is decelerating. See Figure 1.
- Scenario for AEB for pedestrian testing: The vehicle under testing is moving at a constant speed, and the AVAT carrying a pedestrian dummy, is crossing at a constant speed. See Figure 2.