Nuneaton, Warwickshire. HORIBA MIRA’s advanced test and engineering divison for connected and autonomous vehicles, ASSURED CAV, has completed a series of enhancements to further advance its capabilities for engineers centred on its dedicated connected and autonomous facilities delivered in partnership with the Centre for Connected Autonomous Vehicles that are now fully in service for customers. The new capabilities are summarised in a report that publishes today and is available for download here.
The project work completed as part of Midlands Future Mobility has enabled ASSURED CAV to move beyond providing new and world leading facilities for CAV & ADAS engineers to offering a new layer of services from its complete and contiguous testing environment that spans simulation, controlled testing on the proving ground to live public highway testing, all of which is accessible from one location.
These ground-breaking enhancements span all elements of the virtual and physical testing services and facilities; CAV simulation capability for customers is now faster and more accurate, thanks to the development of a database of test-ready scenarios that allows engineers to quickly search, surface and use prepared simulation scenarios. Moreover, simulation fidelity has been significantly enhanced to allow engineers to repeat transient conditions such as an almost limitless array of weather and road conditions to add rigour and definition to virtual test conditions.