NI (NASDAQ: NATI) and Konrad Technologies (KT) today announced they have entered into a strategic agreement to develop test systems and solutions for autonomous driving software and hardware validation. Together, the companies plan to deliver new technologies to help automotive Tier 1 suppliers and OEMs leverage real-world road data and simulation, to help improve vehicle and passenger safety and bring the promise of autonomous driving (AD) to the roads faster.
Realistic scenario emulation to test ADAS and AD components in a HIL system is gaining ground as an in-lab test method before drive tests. This test method requires different technologies than currently available in the market.
Konrad Technologies employs engineers and management in leading Asia Pacific tech cities including Bengaluru, Shanghai and Seoul. Konrad Technologies will continue expanding to support new and growing opportunities in Asia and Pacific regions.
The new facility in Villingen-Schwenningen manufactures frame structures. The dedicated 2,000+ square meter facility enables Konrad Technologies to reduce the overall manufacturing time of final products. The new site employs nine highly knowledgeable and experienced employees and will continue hiring.
Konrad Technologies (KT) announces Advanced Thermal Test Systems that take economic efficiency to the next level. The systems allow for temperature control of all types of units (PCB to devices), in production and development.
Bridging their respective expertise and experiences in simulation and test, VI-grade and Konrad Technologies will jointly demonstrate the new test method for verifying functional and performance of ADAS and Autonomous Driving features at the Automotive Testing Expo USA 2019 Conference and Exhibition
Bridging their respective expertise and experiences in simulation and test, VI-grade and Konrad Technologies will jointly demonstrate the new test method for verifying functional and performance of ADAS and Autonomous Driving features at the Automotive Testing Expo and Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo 2019