Virtual development of advanced head-up displays: A clear advantage

Head-up displays (HUDs) are one of the fastest-growing and most exciting technologies in the global automotive market. Not only do HUDs help human drivers navigate more effectively and more safely, but they also support the performance of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) by providing a level of trust that perception systems are “seeing” the physical world accurately. Already complex, HUD designs are becoming even more sophisticated with the addition of augmented reality (AR) capabilities that highlight critical data or areas of concern, such as pedestrians in the road ahead. Because AR HUDs bring together optics, hardware, software and human-machine interfaces, building multiple physical prototypes is prohibitively time- and costintensive.

Download this Whitepaper and learn how Ansys and Elektrobit make it possible to design all the technical components in an integrated, closed-loop process and then test the finished HUD design in a virtual driving environment.

Key Topics:

The Partnership of Ansys and Elektrobit
How the Step-by-Step, Driver-in-the-Loop Development Process works
The Benefits of Virtual HUD Development
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