Driving Autonomous Vehicle Safety
Autonomous vehicles need a high level of information to operate safely. The real-time data-processing is driven by input from a complex system of lidars, radars, cameras, internet of things sensors, GPS and navigation software, all working together to give a 360-degree perspective of vehicle surroundings. Demonstrating safety at this level is difficult, requiring clearly defined methods and tools for managing the complex architecture of these nonclassical systems.
Working together, Ansys and CADFEM France enable EasyMile engineers to work from a single model for all safety activities across platforms — significantly shortening development cycles, speeding time to market, and reducing operational costs for EasyMile’s driverless shuttle and tow tractor solutions.