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Publications and Speeches 2015



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ECUs für kamerabasierte Fahrerassistenzsysteme im Closed-Loop-Verfahren

 

Beim Testen von Fahrerassistenzsystemen auf Simulationsprüfständen kann die fehlende Synchronisation zwischen Bildaufbau im Monitor und der Bilderfassung in der Kamera zu „zerrissenen“ Bildern führen. Durch direkte Bildeinspeisung in ein Serienkamerasteuergerät wird dieses Problem umgangen und ein echtes Closed-Loop-Testing von Kamerasteuergeräten möglich.

 

Article published ATZ extra April, 2015 / Fahrerassistenzsysteme

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Improvement of Steering Feel - Virtual Approach with HiL

 

Steering feel plays a major part in the perception of handling characteristics and is increasingly gaining importance as a customer-relevant criterion and as an element of a brand’s DNA of a car manufacturer. State-of-the-art simulation environments and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HiL) test rigs offer possibilities needed for a reproducible and efficient tuning process in laboratory conditions. Hyundai in cooperation with IPG Automotive has proved the feasibility of virtually tuning the parameters of an Electrically assisted Power Steering (EPS) system.

 

Article published ATZ June, 2015/ Volume 117

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Efficient Optimisation of Handling Characteristics Using Real-time Capable Multi-body Suspensions

 

Short development cycles, a great diversity of variants, increasing complexity of the systems themselves and continually rising levels of interlinking them are leading to a signifi cantly higher calibration and validation effort, although the development resources cannot possibly increase in proportion to these requirements. This calls for methods to meet these challenges. A possible solution by IPG Automotive is provided by virtual test driving which can be used to seamlessly test and validate vehicle functions across the development process.

 

Article published ATZ April, 2015/ Volume 11

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Fahrerassistenzsysteme – wer sichert die Entwicklung ab?


Virtuelle Tests eröffnen neue Möglichkeiten

Was bedeutet die immer komplexer werdende Technik für Tests im Rahmen der Entwicklung? Die Möglichkeiten und Vorteile von virtuellen Testumgebungen erläutert Steffen Schmidt, Geschäftsführer der IPG Automotive GmbH.

 

Article published F.A.Z. March, 2015

 

 

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Hands-on ADAS seminar

Cooperation of the University of Applied Sciences Munich and IPG Automotive

 

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November 3 - 5, 2015 in Munich

 

 

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