Testing of ADAS Technologies, Presented by ETTN
Recorded On: 06/14/2023
With nearly every new vehicle manufactured with Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), it’s important for SEMA member companies to understand the types of tests that OEMs utilize to validate and develop their ADAS systems. Knowing how these vehicles are evaluated can help engineers and product developers plan their product development processes for new products, as well as better understand the vehicle’s performance.
During this webinar, automotive aftermarket engineers and product developers will learn the types of tests performed and the way(s) data is recorded, in a very controlled manner, to accurately assess the performance of ADAS systems.
You’ll hear from Taylor Manahan, Director of Advanced Mobility at Transportation Research Center, and learn about the types of sensors being used for these technologies, as well as the facilities, equipment, and methods used for testing these technologies. You’ll also gain an understanding of how track testing is conducted. Register now!
Director, Advanced Mobility
Transportation Research Center, Inc.
Ms. Manahan is currently the Director of the Advanced Mobility team at the Transportation Research Center Inc. She has been with TRC Inc. for eight years following the completion of her BSME from Ohio Northern University, during which time she completed her MBA from Otterbein Unversity. As Director, Ms. Manahan leads engineering and operations teams in the execution of research and development of Automated and Connected Vehicles. Prior to her role as Director, Ms. Manahan was a Manager for Business Development and as such, was the link between external customers and internal resources. Additionally, Ms. Manahan also spent five years as a Research Engineer and Team Leader involved in advanced driver assistance system research and testing as a contractor for NHTSA at the Vehicle Research and Test Center.