SPHIRNA Testing of active driver assistance systems

SPHIRNA is an innovative measurement system designed to evaluate the behaviour and performance ADAS systems. It is aimed at the test departments in the automotive industry.

SPHIRNA uses stereo vision algorithms and other image processing techniques to measure accurately the distances between the instrumented vehicle and various obstacles in front like for example cars, trucks, vans, white lanes…

With the help of computer vision(*), SPHIRNA gives the test engineers the ability to evaluate ADAS systems on the road
in real life conditions, exactly as the final user of the vehicle will: on the road, on the motorways, inside tunnels and downtown where high rise buildings may prevent the operation of other systems. 

This ability to test in real conditions makes it much easier for the development team to eliminate bugs that the customer might encounter later and that could have costly consequences.

This measurement system for testing ADAS systems is easy and quick to install and has an outstanding level of accuracy.

Play the videos below showing examples of ADAS testing with SPHIRNA in tunnels, on motorways and downtown..


The measurement system for ADAS testing is quick and easy to install (using only one roof bar) while having an outstanding level of accuracy, as expected by the test departments in the automotive industry.

SPHIRNA is the testing solution for evaluating ADAS systems on the road, it has been designed by experts for professionals in the automotive industry test departments.

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(*) Computer vision is an interdisciplinary field that deals with how computers can be made to gain high-level understanding from digital images or videos. From the perspective of engineering, it seeks to automate tasks that the human visual system can do.







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