Autonomous vehicles (AV) and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) bring increased complexity and a need for more testing. Exploring all the required scenarios within product development timing requires advanced simulation and the application of high-performance computing (HPC). Altair technology enables customers to deliver solutions that makes cars and trucks safer today and on the road to driverless mobility.
Altair simulation is vital to vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-everything (V2X), AV, and ADAS development at our customers. Antennas are key to creating the seamless and reliable communication needed in all three scenarios. And Altair offers solutions in a wide array of engineering for antennas, from design to placement to communication. Some of the performance criteria for antenna designs can be tested in physical antenna chambers, but despite the huge expense they do not represent a real-world environment. For this, more development teams are simulating device signal strength and data throughput in a virtual cityscape with Altair.
Next generation vehicles brings increased complexity and a need for more connectivity. Altair Feko™ solution for antenna optimization and Virtual Test Drive platform is the key to developing new products to support connectivity ecosystems. And Altair offers solutions in a wide array of engineering for antennas, from design to placement to communication. For this, more development teams are simulating device signal strength and data throughput in a virtual cityscape with Altair.
This webinar shows how Altair WinProp considers the full environment including buildings, cars, street objects in order to get accurate representations of the radio waves impinging on the installed car antennas and the multipath radar channels including reflections, diffractions and scattered contributions. For the efficient analysis the car objects can be also replaced by their corresponding radar cross sections (pre-calculated in Altair Feko). Thus allowing the realistic and fully reproducible evaluations of different options for the antennas and sensors including their integration and configuration.
We’re living in the midst of a transportation revolution. As OEMs, suppliers, and emerging manufacturers invest billions on electrification, autonomous technologies, and novel modes of product- and service-based mobility, it has sparked a reimagination of the traditional product lifecycle and the development and production processes of the past. A panel of experts and industry leaders will discuss how manufacturers are rethinking the ways we move goods and people, the data and simulation technologies that make it possible, and the ripple effects this shift is having on our world.