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Our Meetup series for interested parties presents and discusses current, practice-relevant research topics in the field of future mobility.

Do radars see what they ought to see?
Methods for testing future requirements for automotive radars

Thomas Dallmann (Fraunhofer FHR)

Highly automated driving requires that radar sensors in the vehicle permanently provide highly reliable and precise information about the vehicle's surroundings. Automotive suppliers and manufacturers are therefore already testing their function on a large scale, for example as part of test drives. But, according to current estimates, more than 10 million km will have to be covered for each sensor model. Are test drives still a feasible way of testing?

Thomas Dallmann will explain how radars are currently being tested and which approaches currently under development could make it possible to solve this problem in the future.

[Foto: Thomas Dallmann]

Dr. Thomas Dallmann

  • is team leader of the research group Aachen of the Fraunhofer Institute for High Frequency Physics and Radar Technology FHR<./li>
  • is engaged in the development of new sensor concepts and validation approaches for automotive radars.

The event starts at 18:00 hrs, the talk will be held in German.{ontime:-'2019-07-18'}
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Timo Woopen M.Sc.
Manager Research Area Vehicle Intelligence & Automated Driving
+49 241 80 23549


Seminar room S206
Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)
Steinbachstr. 7
52074 Aachen



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Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika)
RWTH Aachen University

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