This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will showcase a plethora of automotive technologies that promote emobility and autonomous vehicle trends.
Emobility provides the public with greener electric and hybrid vehicles, while autonomous and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) will offer safer transportation.
“The entire transportation industry is on the cusp of the biggest revolution since the introduction of the Ford Model T and the Wright Brothers’ first flight — bringing enormous challenges that can only be overcome through the use of simulation,” said Prith Banerjee, chief technology officer, ANSYS.
To discuss how simulation can accelerate the development of emobility and autonomous vehicles, ANSYS and partnering booths will be providing a “Mobility Tour” at CES. The ANSYS booth will feature an electrified and connected vehicle, the Volkswagen Motorsport ID.R electric race car — made famous by its records at Nürburgring Nordschleife and Pikes Peak.
Big Names Will Be Talking About Autonomy and Emobility at CES
CES 2020 will also be a great opportunity to get a look at ANSYS Autonomy. This solution integrates various simulation and design products into a virtual testing and development environment for autonomous vehicles.
To learn more about emobility and autonomous driving, visit ANSYS’ Mobility Tour at CES.
Some of the discussions about ANSYS Autonomy will include:
- How ANSYS and BMW’s collaborations involved the software
- How Flir Systems uses it to model thermal cameras in ADAS validation tests
- How AEye uses it to model virtual worlds that test hazard detection
- How NXP Semiconductors use it to model closed-loop, open-loop, software-in-the-loop and hardware-in-the-loop simulations
Attendees can also learn about:
- How Embotech combines GPS and sensor information to plan paths
- How Blackberry Limited validates lane departure warning systems using closed-loop simulations
- How Edge Case Research use ANSYS SCADE Vision powered by Hologram for perception systems
The ANSYS booth will also include various interactive activities like learning displays, holograms, videos and photos. Attendees can even interact with autonomous robots that will travel around the booth taking their picture.
To learn how to meet up with ANSYS at CES, read: discover how simulation speeds development at CES.