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SHPbench - a smart hybrid prototyping based environment for early testing, verification and (user based) validation of advanced driver assistant systems of cars

: Buchholz, C.; Vorsatz, T.; Kind, S.; Stark, R.

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Procedia CIRP 60 (2017), pp.139-144
ISSN: 2212-8271
Design Conference <27, 2017, Cranfield>
Journal Article, Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IPK ()

Statistical analysis show that more than 90 percent of all car accidents result from human mistakes. Advanced Driver Assistant Systems (ADAS) are intended to support and assist the car driver, and therefore contribute significantly to the reduction of accidents. ADAS become more and more complex and demanding regarding hard- and software fulfilling the requirements applied onto assistant systems nowadays and in the future. They have to be considered as multi-functional multi-domain mechatronic systems. Smart Hybrid Prototyping (SHP) is a by now proven approach for handling ADAS' demands during and to the development process, specifically for early integrated component and system testing, its verification and validation with the focus on the interaction with the driver can only be reasonably and economically met by utilizing the SHP technology. For those mentioned purposes the SHPbench, an integrated development and validation environment, has been recently developed. The SHPbench's architecture and specification is presented and evaluated by applying a representative use case of an ADAS development process. This paper documents the use case setup, process steps and test results.