Flexible Control For ADAS Testing

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Portable remote control unit provides more flexibility to engineers engaged in ADAS testing

Automotive test houses gain greater ADAS test flexibility with the ability to control soft-targets with a hand-held remote control.

The GTC Remote is a hand-held remote control that can be used to operate GST and LaunchPad ADAS platforms, including the latest LaunchPad Spin. It consolidates the individual components of a typical static base station setup into a highly portable handheld unit, including precise analogue stick controls, radio, safety controller and base station software. Its portability, combined with simplified software workflows significantly reduces the amount of time required to get test scenarios up and running.

It features an ergonomic, ruggedised weight-balanced housing that integrates a seven-inch colour touchscreen, a powerful processor and a long-lasting battery for all-day use. The design concept extends to the software user interface which features simplified and streamlined workflows that make setting up and running test scenarios more efficient than ever.

The GTC Remote features interchangeable radios for use with existing base station radio options, including the latest-generation TrackFi PowerMesh, or another preferred communication network. This flexibility ensures that the GTC Remote can be integrated into any test environment, regardless of existing communication infrastructure.

The GTC Remote is ideal for pedestrian and cyclist ADAS testing where only one platform is required. By reducing the need for multiple hardware components, the remote streamlines the logistics of test setup so that engineers and technicians can spend more track time testing. The GTC Remote has been approved and certified through CE, FCC and UKCA standards. This certification ensures that the GTC Remote meets all relevant safety and regulatory requirements.

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