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Automotive Testing Expo 2023

13/06/2023 - 15/06/2023 , Stuttgart, Germany

Automotive Testing Expo is the world’s largest full vehicle and component testing, and validation technologies and services show. It will feature more than 400 exhibitors and attracting over 9,000 attendees and Anritsu will again be part of it! 

What to look forward to? We will present the latest solutions focused on V2X, 5G, Autonomous driving, Production Line, Telematics and Automation testing.

Type 2 Automated Valet Parking testing solution
Automated Valet Parking (AVP) is an interesting autonomous driving use case which can be deployed in the near future. This service, where car is parked automatically without any driver, can rely either on expensive high-performance computing and sensing installed in the vehicle (Type-1 AVP) or receive commands from the AVP application using 5G network and sensors installed in the parking space (Type-2 AVP). 

Anritsu will demonstrate its testing solution for Type-2 Automated Valet Parking developed in cooperation with dSPACE and Apposite Technologies. We will show how 5G can be used to send and receive commands between the AVP system and the car. This solution uses dSPACE's platforms AURELION and VEOS to create a digital twin of the car and simulate the parking space. Vehicle motion control commands (VMC) generated by the AVP System are transmitted to the OEM Application, which displays the state of vehicle control, via 5G communication using Anritsu's MT8000A Radio Communication Test Station 5G base station simulator. Incorporating the Netropy Network Emulator from Apposite allows the addition of impairment, for example latency or loss, enabling the stress testing of the vehicle control.

Next Generation eCall testing solutions
The eCall, an automatic car emergency call system, is becoming a crucial part of the car environment, and since March 2018, it has been mandatory for all new homologated car models in the EU. It has already been a couple of years since the last standardization and adoption of eCall technology which is based on 2G and 3G cellular technologies. With the evolution of cellular technologies and wide deployment of 4G and 5G, the Next Generation eCall (NG eCall) is now coming, ensuring a much faster and reliable transfer of Minimum Set of Data (MSD).

In this demonstration, Anritsu will show the process of making the emergency call from In-Vehicle system into the cellular LTE network with the transfer of MSD over SIP signalling and bi-directional end-to-end voice call between the passenger and operator of Public Service Answering Point. Public Service Answering Point (PSAP) is emulated by Anritsu Signalling Tester/Base Station simulator MD8475B and Anritsu eCall Test solution MX703330E. The process of making Emergency call is based on Voice over LTE (VoLTE) technology where IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and Session Initialization Protocol (SIP) is used to establish the voice call and transfer all necessary data to help emergency services for quick and reliable intervention.

Latency measurements for MEC in Automotive
Fast transfer of data is crucial in the connected car concept and autonomous driving. Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) is a key element to achieve necessary communication KPIs in form of throughput, utilization, latency, jitter, and packet loss. MEC is used in use cases such ‘See Through’, In-Vehicle Entertainment (IVE), Intersection movement assist (IMA), Vulnerable road user (VRU), Vehicle platooning and Automated Valet Parking (AVP) which requires certain set of Quality of Service (QoS) indicators in order to deliver the service in secure and reliable way.

To measure end-to-end latency between two distant locations requires two measuring instruments, with time clocks that are aligned and synchronized by means of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) such as GPS. The accurate time is recorded in each test data packet when it leaves the transmitting test instrument. The receiving instrument compares this to the precise time of arrival and calculates how long it took for the packet to arrive at its destination – this is the latency of the signal. 

In this demonstration Anritsu will show live views of QoS measurements achieved over a Mobile Network connection, such as latency, jitter and Sync Test Analysis (1PPS/PTP/Sync-E). We will showcase the MT1000A Network Master measuring simultaneous up-link and down-link latency referenced to GPS locations.

Bumper Radar Test System
In cooperation with our partner Keycom, we will also present the Bumper Radar Test System.

Come and see us at our Anritsu booth No. 1600 in Hall 10 on June 13 to 15, 2023!

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Automotive Testing Expo 2023