ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo – June 4, 5 & 6 – Stuttgart, Germany

Claytex exhibit and present at the ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo this June in Stuttgart, Germany.

ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo is Europe’s most influential hub for automotive innovation, research and development. Exhibitors will showcase the latest technologies to enable and accelerate end-to-end autonomous and ADAS applications, including testing tools, simulation, software, sensing and AI.

As a TECHNIA Company, Claytex pioneers cutting-edge tools in vehicle simulation, covering the full spectrum of vehicle modeling from concept to real-time operation.

With over 25 years of experience in system simulation using Dymola and Modelica in the Motorsport and Automotive sectors, Claytex understands that every challenge is unique. We approach each project with adaptability, flexibility, and a focus on delivering tailored solutions to meet our customers’ technical and business objectives.

At the heart of our offerings lies our autonomous vehicle simulation solution developed on rFpro. It leverages physics-based sensor models, empowering automotive manufacturers to rigorously test, develop, and deploy AV solutions with confidence and safety.

Our simulation tools and services provide the framework for a dynamic development and deployment environment, unlocking the full potential of AV and ADAS programs. Equipped with millimeter-accurate digital twins, high-fidelity vehicle dynamics, and real-world sensor modeling, our simulation tools offer precision, flexibility, and scalability to test every parameter in deterministic, repeatable scenarios.

Presentation – Investigating the performance of perception sensors in winter conditions

Thursday 6th June16:10, Room 2

Mike Dempsey, Managing Director of Claytex c on Thursday 6th June for his session on “Investigating the performance of perception sensors in winter conditions”.

In many countries the ODD of an autonomous vehicle will have to include operation in a wide range of weather conditions. It is essential, therefore, that we understand how the performance of different perception sensors is affected by snow. Mike will present the work that has been undertaken to investigate and quantify the performance of perception sensors covering camera, radar, lidar and thermal imaging under these weather conditions. This work is part of the Sim4CAMSens project which is led by Claytex. The consortium has been awarded a £2 million grant to focus on perception sensor modelling, simulation and testing.

If you have any questions or to book a meeting with our engineering team at the event, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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