News: Release 6.0 | Success Story | SimulOscar 2018
News at a Glance
- Product Information – Release 6.0: A New Ace up Your Sleeve
- Success Story – Interview with Groupe PSA
- In the Media – Personalized Intersection Assistant
- SimulOscar 2018 – We Are Looking for New Talents
- Events – Meet Us at These Trade Events
Release 6.0: A New Ace up Your Sleeve
|There are quite a few new developments this year: In the field of driver assistance, the Scenario Editor is now available for you which enables the generation of detailed scenarios with just a few clicks of the mouse. In addition, new sensor models now support you in the development of automated driving functions. You should also take some time to browse through the enhanced library of 3-D objects – you can now simulate a broad range of real-world situations even better than before.
“IPG Preparing the So-Called Second Wave of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems”
|Vehicle electronic systems have steadily become more complex over the past years – as have the tests used in their development. With virtual test driving, this networking and the test effort involved can be mastered more easily. Grégory Gackel, development engineer and project coordinator at Groupe PSA, has provided us with an insight into the tasks of his team and revealed in which areas virtual testing helps them develop the vehicle of the future.
|In the Media
An Aid to Everyday Driving: Personalized Intersection Assistant
|The development of advanced driver assistance systems and automated driving functions is constantly gaining in importance – with our CarMaker product family, these can be developed and tested early on in the virtual world. The Honda Research Institute Europe has addressed a specific issue with regard to advanced driver assistance systems and developed a personalized intersection assistant using virtual tests in CarMaker.
SimulOscar: We Are Looking for New Talents
|What is important to us? Promoting innovative approaches. Supporting young talents. Emphasizing the significance of virtual development methods. Students of all universities are once again invited to submit their research projects for our SimulOscar 2018 competition until December 31, 2017. This year, for the first time, the competition will explicitly be open to international participants. We are looking forward to many submissions.|