Blind Spot Detection System Testing
Verify the effectiveness of your Blind Spot Detection System
- Measure parameters from up to four vehicles in real-time
- Log the vehicle's BSD operational data alongside GPS data
- Centimetre-level positional accuracy
- Synchronised HD video and data from the test vehicle
- Map up to 24 contact points on the vehicle
Test your BSD system with VBOX
With real-time measurement of parameters from up to four vehicles and cm-level positional accuracy, the VBOX testing system allows manufacturers to easily verify the effectiveness of their Blind Spot Detection system. At the core of the system is RACELOGIC's flagship data logger, the VBOX 3i ADAS, connected to an RTK Base Station, an NTRIP Modem or to another VBOX (acting as a moving base).
The VBOX 3i ADAS data logger provides high accuracy speed, position and heading data, with centimetre-level positional accuracy.
Open Road Testing
When using correction messages from a second VBOX 3i ADAS (VBOX Moving Base) or an NTRIP correction service instead of a fixed base station, you can test and verify active safety systems outside the test track.
VBOX Test Suite installed on a Windows device within the test vehicle offers real-time display of all measured parameters including separation time, long/lat separation and BSD signal output.
The 'Multiple targets' feature of the BSD test equipment is capable of calculating parameters from three target vehicles and the lane at the same time.
When used in conjunction with a VBOX video system, the measured parameters can be graphically overlaid in real-time onto the recorded video, providing a clear visual reference to the performance of the test.
Intuitive Analysis Software
VBOX Test Suite is free to all VBOX users and is available in ten different languages, making it easy to test in real-time or post-process your data.
VBOX Test Suite
Our user-friendly, intuitive data analysis software is free to all VBOX users and simplifies the process of testing and validating your ADAS systems, live from the test vehicle.
- Real-time and post-event data analysis
- See synchronised video and data from your tests
- Customisable layout
- Create your own custom tests
- Available in ten different languages
- Easily create charts, tables and reports
Blind Spot Detection systems can be tested and validated on the test track using a static DGPS Base Station, or on the open-road, using either an NTRIP solution or Moving Base setup. Depending on your test requirements, you can choose between two VBOX systems.
- VBOX 3i ADAS
- Video VBOX Pro
RTK for High Positional Accuracy
Featuring a multi-constellation and dual frequency GNSS engine, VBOX 3i ADAS delivers outstanding RTK signal reacquisition and resilience.
Using RTK correctional data from an RTK Base Station or NTRIP solution provides positional accuracy that's within a cm, on the test track or on open roads.
You can easily validate the accuracy and effectiveness of your Blind Spot Detection system in real-world environments.
Logging Blind Spot Warning Signals
If you cannot use the vehicles' own CAN system, a VBOX audio or visual sensor can be used alongside VBOX to record when an ADAS system has become active. The VBOX sensor pack captures acoustic and optical alerts and signals generated by the vehicle's advanced driver assistance system.
The output of the sensors can then be used by the VBOX to log the exact moment the vehicle safety message is displayed to the driver.
Open-road ADAS testing
Depending on the range to the nearest reference station (< 40 km), position accuracies of within a centimetre can be achieved using Network RTK. A VBOX NTRIP Modem connected to the VBOX allows you to receive RTK correction data via Internet, without having to operate your own RTK base station.
Alternatively, you can substitute the DGNSS Base Station with a second VBOX 3i ADAS in a Moving Base setup. This will achieve a relative positional accuracy between subject and target vehicle of 5 cm, and maintain RTK lock between vehicles that are up to 600 m apart.
Survey Pole for Vehicle Mapping
You can ‘map’ the shape of vehicles using a survey pole, antenna, and VBOX Setup. Up to twenty-four points around the vehicle bodies can be surveyed, and the ‘shape’ of each car can be stored for later use.
As the test is conducted, the distance of the closest contact points between the vehicles is calculated to cm-level accuracy, automatically switching to the nearest contact points as they change with the car’s relative positions.
Free Data Analysis Software
Want to save time analysing your data?
Let VBOX Test Suite do it for you. The software can be used to monitor vehicle speed and deviation in real-time from within the test vehicle, whilst providing the driver with an immediate insight into the pass or fail rate of the runs being performed.