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Event Details

Developing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles is a challenge without precedent. Estimates indicate that billions of miles of road testing will be necessary to ensure performance, safety, and reliability. Although there are different regulations which govern testing of Automotive ADAS systems, automakers often go above and beyond these regulations to ensure most if not all complex scenarios are validated. This comes with a heavy implication on cost, time, and effort if opted to be performed real-life tests on the road or even in laboratory environment. Engineering teams face significant challenges due to lack of historical data, dependency on road data, limitation on sensor perception, lack of validation techniques to address edge case scenarios and so on.

Simulation plays a critical role in addressing these challenges. With simulation, thousands of driving scenarios and design parameters can be virtually tested with accuracy, speed, and cost economy. Be it compliance with regulations or assessing hard-to-reproduce environmental conditions, virtual validation solutions have constantly pushed the boundary of innovation and possibilities. Automakers swear to experience an acceleration of up to 24-times using virtual validations. This webinar will showcase advancements in virtual validation of automotive ADAS systems using Ansys solutions and how it could be used to address virtually any scenario.

Key Discussion Areas

  • Challenges in ADAS/AV validation
  • High-fidelity physics-based sensor simulation
  • Implications of lighting and weather conditions
  • System validation
  • Case studies

Who Should Attend?

  • R&D Engineers / Managers / Heads
  • Product Development Engineers / Managers / Heads
  • Design Engineers / Managers / Heads
  • Test Engineers / Managers
  • Solution and technology architects
  • Academia


Avinash Padmappa (Lead Application Engineer, Ansys)

Avinash Padmappa

Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

Vaman Shenoy (Senior Application Engineer, Ansys)

Vaman Shenoy

Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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