When: Thurs., October 17, 2019
Time: 10:00AM - 2:00PM (Includes lunch)

Where: Teledyne LeCroy
27007 Hills Tech Court
Farmington Hills, MI 48331


The journey to full autonomy is challenging for OEMs as well as Tier 1 and 2 organizations.  Legal restrictions on real-world drive testing, the cost related to injecting a near infinite number of variables including critical safety considerations can impair a product’s development.

In this seminar, a team of Spirent experts will examine the available methodologies that can accelerate production releases, improve system functionality, and reduce program costs by implementing future-proof equipment and reducing the workload of key engineering personnel.
Topics covered will include:
  • Overview of trends in Autonomous Driving
  • Why is GPS/GNSS required?
  • Positioning, Navigation & Timing
  • GNSS Technology Updates
  • Increasing accuracy with augmentation systems
  • The potential role of RTK
  • The role of car-based technologies for local position of self and environment (i.e. Radar, Lidar, Sensors…)
  • Sensor fusion – why multi-sensor systems are imperative for vehicle positioning
  • V2x and C2C Updates (DSRC, ITS-G5 and CV2x)
  • Vulnerabilities for PNT (Position, Navigation & Timing)
  • The need for and benefits of simulation when testing vehicle positioning, navigation & timing
  • Live Demonstrations
Spirent has been developing and integrating test systems for in-vehicle navigation since the technology first emerged. Over that time, we’ve built up a wealth of knowledge about the industry – from research and development, through to production testing.


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Achieving Autonomous Position Accuracy through Simulation & Testing

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