Ansys Autonomy: Designing and Validating Safe Automated Driving Systems

Ensuring that advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicles (AVs) perform safely during any driving situation remains a key engineering challenge. This massive task requires thousands of automotive engineers — from OEMs to Tier 1 and 2 suppliers — to collaborate, design and validate ADAS and AV software and hardware components by physically driving billions of miles across millions of road scenarios, consuming significant development time and cost.

Automotive engineers rely on Ansys Autonomy, a comprehensive toolchain that provides tools and infrastructure for expediting the design and validation of all aspects of an automated driving system — spanning software to hardware — that radically reduces physical prototyping and helps speed new products to market. Watch this video to explore specific customer case study examples and understand Ansys Autonomy’s extensive capabilities for performing:

  • Software-in-loop simulation, hardware-in-loop simulation, driver-in-loop simulation
  • Scenario definition
  • Massive parametric variation
  • Test planning
  • Data analytics
  • Coverage analysis
  • Model-based software development with a certified automatic code generator
  • High-fidelity physics-based simulation of radar, lidar, camera and other sensors
  • Functional safety analysis, Safety of the Intended Functionality (SOTIF) analysis and cybersecurity analysis

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