The latest news from your VEHICO team:
Together with our korean sales partner BGF we were represented with a booth on the Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2017 in Seoul. The exhibition offered the possibility to inform about the VEHICO driving robots and the latest developments.
In addition to the LDW Lane Departure Warning and the LKA Lane Keeping Assistance the ELK Emergency Lane Keep will be added. For the realisation of this test scenarios a smooth running steering robot is needed.
Our steering robot CS-B20 fulfills exactly this features. The powered off steering robot convinces with his extremely low passive steering torque and his minimal moment of inertia. Therefor there is no interference with the car´s own steering action when the lane keep assistant is working. Futhermore the steering robot CS-B20 convinces like the other steering robots CS-B40 and CS-B60 with the mounting behind the steering wheel.The vehicle´s own steering wheel does not have to be removed and there are no disturbing structures between the driver and the steering wheel. Our leading role in behind-the-wheel steering robots is even approved by competitors as they newly try to copy our design without reaching our quality and flexibiltiy.
With our combined pedal robot CC800 VEHICO offers you a driving robot which is excellent suited for all ADAS and EuroNCAP tests. The CC800 with his two arms operates the brake and the accelerator pedal. Futhermore the CC800 convinces like all our pedal robots with a compact design and an easy installation. In combination with a steering robot from VEHICO it is the perfect system for ADAS testing and a wide range of other test scenarios.
We are proud to announce the launch of the automatic target following - a revolution for the area of AEB testing! With this new technology AEB tests are much more simplified, easier to handle and faster to conduct!
The key advantage for all customers is clearly named by our CEO Dr. Jörg Helbig: "The necessary robot installation is dramatically cut down, because the target vehicle can be driven manually! As far as I know this is absolutely unique on the world!"