Claytex will be exhibiting at this year’s AutoSens Detroit, the best-in-class event bringing together ADAS and AV specialists to shape the future of vehicle perception. For more information and to register your attendance please visit the following links: AutoSens Detroit 2023 AutoSens Detroit 2023 Agenda If you have any questions...
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Claytex exhibit at the Low Carbon Vehicle 2022 (LCV2022) again this September, taking place at the Millbrook Proving Ground. LCV is the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle event incorporating four key features: Technology Exhibition split over three halls Extensive Seminar Programme Facilitated networking with the low carbon community Ride &...
A point cloud is a set of data points in space where those points represent a 3D shape or object. Point clouds are used for multiple purposes including the creation and visualization of CAD models . Given our work on Carla-Autoware and rFpro, this blog will focus on the...
Scenario Editor is a tool for the creation, modification and storage of scenarios for use in rFpro and Dymola. Scenario Editor allows users to view an OpenDRIVE map (.xodr file) and then plot a route around the road network while adding events such as stops and lane changes. For...
What is a Map Sensor? For a vehicle driving along a road, it can be difficult to define it’s movement. A Map Sensor defines an objects position relative to the road
As progress is being made in the development of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and their functionalities, new problems constantly arise due to the uncertainty of the physical world with its varied unpredictability that can often cause an accident to occur. Due to this, an incredible amount of work is being...
The validation and verification of autonomous systems poses a range of complex challenges. Whilst physical testing continues to be useful, the proliferation of conditions and variables means that new virtual methods are needed. There is an urgent demand for a comprehensive understanding of ADAS, connected & autonomous vehicles behaviours...
Many companies are currently developing radar sensors for the autonomous driving application and each system made available will have unique specifications and thus capabilities. To gain a sufficient amount of radar measurements in the real-world, to confirm that a given sensor meets certain requirements, will be both time consuming...
This week we will show you how to insert a state-of-the-art Lidar device within the virtual environment of rFpro. This will allow a user to easily stream and visualize the sensor output on any PC or storage device. The Velodyne HDL-32E is the latest Lidar device to be added...
This blog post looks at exporting models as FMUs containing string parameters and modifying those string parameters in the FMU before simulating. Process for creating FMUs with string parameters and modifying these strings The basic instructions for creating an FMU containing modifiable string parameters are below: Make sure the...
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