In the automotive industry, the current rise of quiet electric and autonomous vehicles (AVs) calls for new driving “soundscapes” that can be achieved by playing additional sound through the vehicle’s speakers. This webinar will introduce you to ASDforEV, a tool that enables you to test and finely tune active sound design candidates for electric or quiet ICE vehicles, in real driving conditions. This tool covers a wide range of sound functions, organized into five axes: SAF – Speed Acceleration Feedback; AVAS – Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System; Ambiance; ADAS – Advanced Driver Assistance System; and HMI – Human Machine Interaction.
With ASDforEV you can:
Assess active sounds triggered from a real vehicle’s CAN bus, a driving simulator or manually
Modify their gains, pitches, repetition rates and spatial positioning relative to various driving parameters, such as speed or RPM
Adjust and evaluate their harmony and the overall atmosphere they create
Easily switch between complete sound sets to efficiently compare different driving modes, atmospheres, moods, etc., at the click of button
Set up a multichannel audio configuration (up to 12 speakers) to enable 3D sound playback for high-end sound rendering