Israeli startup Foretellix is working with Vires to improve the quality of ADAS and AV testing through data-driven automation.
The integrated workflow connects Foretellix’s Foretify platform with the Vires Virtual Test Drive simulation software.
Foretify was developed to produce a Measurable Scenario Description Language to describe scenarios and coverage goals, automate generating scenarios, aggregate coverage data from all testing platforms, and analyze data.
Vires’s software is a simulation suite to test ADAS and automated driving systems. It can create 3D environments and scenarios to simulate complex traffic.
It connects with third party software and hardware to enable SiL, DiL, ViL and HiL testing with test rigs, training simulators or sensors.
Luca Castignani, chief automotive strategist at MSC Software, part of Vires’s parent company Hexagon, said, “Open data and continuous collaboration are absolutely paramount. We are happy to integrate our tools with emerging technologies such as Foretellix that can offer customers new ways to address these challenges.”