Alois Ascher Alois Ascher gained a master's degree and a doctoral degree (Dr.-Ing.) in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Munich, Germany. After working as a research associate in the field of wireless localization at the Technical University of Munich, he joined Rohde & Schwarz in 2017, where he began working as a product manager for signal generators with a special focus on automotive test solutions. More recently, Alois has taken the role of Director of Product Management with wider responsibilities for echo generators, power supplies and power meters, managing R&S’s current product portfolio.
Andreas von Loesecke Andreas von Loesecke graduated in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Munich, Germany. He has supported the automotive business at Rohde & Schwarz since 2016, starting as a market segment manager. Since June 2018, Andreas has been working as a product manager within the microwave imaging division, focusing on solutions for the automotive industry.

The Next Generation of Automotive Radar Object Simulation

For Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) & Autonomous Driving (AD) to function, it is critical that radar sensors correctly recognize static and moving objects. Accurately emulating a real road environment by electronically generating echoes representative of objects such as other vehicles, road users and pedestrians is an important part of the development and production testing of radar chipsets, sensors and systems.

The new R&S RTS - consisting of the R&S AREG800A radar echo generator and the R&S QAT100 antenna array frontend - is the most accurate, scalable, and advanced solution for automotive radar object simulation on the market. It supports the emulation of complex moving object scenarios, reducing the need for expensive and time-consuming test kilometers on the proving ground. Join this webinar to discover the next generation of automotive radar testing.

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