Konrad Technologies the provider of value added, platform based automated test solutions used to solve the world’s most complex engineering challenges, today announced a demonstration of ADAS test solutions at the Automotive Testing Expo China alongside National Instruments.

Konrad Technologies China Office Drives Success in Asia

Konrad Technologies China was established in 2014. Within the last four years Konrad Technologies China has successfully engaged local and international customers and delivered a multitude of test systems.

"It is our goal to deploy technologies and services that ensure quality, reliability, durability and safety for the automotive industry in China. We offer individual testing solutions, such as function tests, in-circuit tests, ADAS testing systems, optical camera testing systems, and complete production lines for the automotive industries." – Nicolai Konrad, Managing Director Asia & Pacific at Konrad Technologies

Test with Sensor Fusion HIL

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) test solutions, including automotive sensor fusion from Konrad Technologies, combine radar, lidar, camera, GNSS and ultrasonic sensors technologies used to develop and produce autonomous vehicles. Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing with sensor fusion is a leading test methodology that tests an autonomous vehicle in the lab.

Konrad Technologies proves engineering expertise for autonomous vehicle test by showcasing a virtual test drive sensor fusion HIL demonstration with radar, camera and lidar testers at the exposition in China. Additionally, at the National Instruments booth, Konrad Technologies will co-showcase a driving simulation demonstration.

Open Technology Forum Presentation

During the Open Technology Forum on September 26th from 11:30-12:00, Mr. Ram Mirwani, Director of Global Business Development ADAS at Konrad Technologies, will hold a presentation titled: "Combine sensor fusion HIL with measurement-based tests to meet test challenges in autonomous driving".

The presentation will explain the Konrad Technologies and ADAS iiT method for testing with sensor fusion HIL and measurement software in the lab to overcome the challenges of complex test routines required to fully test an autonomous vehicle.

Top Trends in Automotive Testing 2018

The Automotive Testing Expo (ATE) China is a leading exhibition in Asia for top trends in automotive testing. ATE China will be held in Shanghai, China September 25-27, 2018.

"Testing Expo China – Automotive is the place to discover new testing, development and validation technologies for components and complete vehicles. This year we are highlighting an ADAS one stop solution, which represents upfront technology and industry trends to show ATE Expo attendees. Participants can take a look at our demonstration of Sensor Target Simulation by visiting us at Booth 13012 during the event." – Nicolai Konrad, Managing Director Asia & Pacific at Konrad Technologies

Meet with our experts at the Konrad Technologies booth 13012. To schedule a meeting in advance, please submit a request to china.info@konrad-technologies.cn

National Instruments

NI empowers engineers and scientists with a software-centric platform that incorporates modular hardware and an expansive ecosystem. This proven approach puts users firmly in control of defining what they need to accelerate their system design within test, measurement, and control. NI’s solution helps build high-performance systems that exceed requirements, quickly adapt to change, and ultimately improve the world. www.ni.com

ADAS iiT Consortium (ADAS Innovation in Test)

ADAS iiT (www.adas-iit.com) is an amalgamation of National Instruments partner companies formed with the expertise able to provide a one-stop solution for autonomous vehicle test. ADAS iiT offers V2X communication, GNSS simulation, sensor simulation, data management, Hardware-in-the-Loop and more. Founded in March 2017, the ADAS iiT group offers a complete test of fully autonomous vehicles in a virtual environment, delivering ADAS turnkey, end-to-end solutions from one single source.

Über die Konrad GmbH

Konrad Technologies (KT) is a global company that offers testing, and customized turnkey solutions in the areas of electronics manufacturing, high-frequency technology, and optics. Since 1993, Konrad Technologies has successfully developed, designed and integrated customer-specific test solutions providing customers with R&D, qualification, and manufacturing of electronic products with tools to fulfill their quality goals, accelerate engineering and development throughput. Customers in a wide range of industries from Automotive, Aerospace and Defense, RF Communications, Consumer Electronics, IoT, Medical, Semiconductor, General Electronic Manufacturing to Industrial Automation use KT’s integrated hardware and software platform-based solutions to improve their performance worldwide. Konrad Technologies is a founding member of ADAS iiT, a consortium that provides a complete test solution for autonomous driving.

Konrad-Technologies, KT and Konrad GmbH are all representative of Konrad Technologies worldwide. Other products and company names listed are trademarks of their respective companies. For more information about Konrad Technologies Solutions and upcoming events, please visit www.konrad-technologies.com

Firmenkontakt und Herausgeber der Meldung:

Konrad GmbH
Fritz-Reichle-Ring 12
78315 Radolfzell
Telefon: +49 (7732) 98150
Telefax: +49 (7732) 9815104

Clemence Sop
Telefon: +49 (7732) 9815532
Fax: +49 (7732) 9815461
E-Mail: clemence.sop@konrad-technologies.de
Chenyue Li
General Manager Konrad Technologies China
Telefon: 86 (21) 6221 3989
E-Mail: Chenyue.Li@konrad-technologies.cn
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