TASS International has upgraded its PreScan software with SAE J2735 compliant DSRC (Dedicated Short Range Communication) antenna models to support the growing market for designing and evaluating vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication applications. The new PreScan DSRC models enable virtual design and verification of connected vehicle systems (V2X). PreScan simulation software can be used for the design and evaluation of active safety systems, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and intelligent transportation systems (ITS). The software is widely used within the automotive industry for developing intelligent systems based on sensor technologies, such as radar, camera, laser and ultrasound.
The PreScan software supports many different phases of the development v-cycle, such as concept design, algorithm development, robustness testing and ECU verification (HIL simulation). To satisfy the needs of the rapidly growing body of V2X system developers, TASS, which is a ‘spin-off’ from TNO (Netherlands’ Organization for Applied Research), has released the latest Version 6.3 of PreScan, which now contains DSRC antenna models. The models are compliant with the SAE J2735 protocol, which is the standard for V2X communication in the USA. Using the protocol’s Basic Safety Message (BSM), PreScan’s DSRC models enable virtual design and verification of connected vehicle systems, such as the applications that are currently being evaluated within the USDOT’s Safety Pilot Model Deployment field trial in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
19 February 2013
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