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What is AEB(Autonomous Emergency Braking) Test?
Research indicates that 90% of road accidents are caused by drivers who are distracted or inattentive. Car manufacturers are now developing systems which can alert the driver to an imminent crash and can help him use the maximum braking capacity of the car, and which can also apply the brakes independently of the driver if the situation becomes critical. Such intervention is known as Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB).
EuroNCAP Roadmap
Euro NCAP has developed tests to allow the performance of AEB systems to be compared in typical rear-end car to car collisions. The technologies available on the market today can be divided into groups based on the type of crash they are designed to mitigate. AEB City works at low driving speeds and targets reduction in rear end shunts often associated with whiplash neck injuries. Inter-Urban AEB works at higher speeds and targets fatal and serious injury crashes that may be caused by driver inattentiveness or distraction. An AEB system may be designed to work just at low or high speeds, or may operate in both conditions.
AEB Test Test Dummies
EVT with Towing System
Impact speed : 50 Kph
Radar signature : 77gHz
ECE104 standard for LIDAR detection
Deceleration : Up to 0.7 g
Driving speed : 80 Kph
Impact speed : 30 Kph
Pedestrian & Cyclist Dummy
Crash Speed : Up to 60 kph
Weight : Approx. 4kg (Adult), 3kg (Child), 6kg (Cyclist)
Infrared signature : 50% Reflectivity (850nm to 950 nm)
Soft Car 360
Weight : Approx. 75kg
Three dimensional car target
Designed for high-speed impacts
AEB Test Measurement Part
RT-Range-S
Distance range : 1km
Car to Car(s) : < 3cm (DGPS)
Car to Pedestrian : < 3cm (DGPS) with Backpack
Cat to Lane : < 2cm (DGPS)
Update rate : 100Hz
Real time display
CAN In/Out
Visual-Audio Alarm Detector
Latency : 2~5 ms
Frame rate : 100Hz
CAN-output rate : Max 1KHz
LAN-output rate : Max 1KHz
Interface with Steering robot
Camera & Microphone Input
AEB Test Robotic Solution
SR60 or Torus
Max torque : 70Nm (at 580 degree/s)
Rated torque : 70Nm (at 1300 degree/s)
Max velocity : 2,500deg/s (at up to 10Nm)
Path following accuracy : 2cm
Motor mass : SR60 12.5kg, Torus 10.5kg
Available airbag (only Torus)
CBAR
Max brake force : 500N
Max brake speed : 1,200mm /s (No load)
Max brake stroke : 170mm
Rated brake force : 250N at 800 mm/s
Max throttle force : 200N
Max throttle speed : 750mm /s (No load)
Max throttle stroke : 125mm
Rated throttle force : 50N at 700mm/s
SPT
Peak velocity : 20Kph with 15kg payload
Peak acceleration : >1g with 15kg payload
Position accuracy : Better than 2cm
SCT
Typical maximum speed : 70 kph
Max acceleration : 0.2g
Max deceleration : 0.9g
Operation : Max 4 hours
Path following accuracy : 2cm
GST
Typical maximum speed : 70 kph
Max acceleration : 0.3g
Max deceleration : 0.9g
Operation : Oneday before a recharge is required
Path following accuracy : 2cm
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