As Automated Driving Systems (ADS)
technology grows exponentially, the idealist in us envisions that the practical
safety of such systems can keep pace. At
dlhBOWLES, we see the collective harmony of innovative automotive design,
technology, safety, and convenience as the key to giving customers what they
need. Specifically speaking, this means
that our sensor cleaning is ready to deploy before drivers are alerted to the need
Megan Lampinen’s (2020) article featuring dlhBOWLES Chief Executive Officer, John Saxon, spotlights the challenge presented by sensor systems exposed to dirty, buggy, icy, and rainy encumbrances in the very environment they are designed to navigate.
Lampinen, M. (2020). Advances in sensor
cleaning pave the way for autonomous driving, Automotive World.
Retrieved from https://www.automotiveworld.com/articles/advances-in-sensor-cleaning-pave-the-way-for-autonomous-driving/
We are excited to collaborate with Webasto, the world market leader for roof systems, developing creative solutions for the future of mobility. At this year’s IAA Frankfurt Auto Show, Webasto unveiled their Roof Sensor Module, the solution to integrate sensors, cameras and associated features attractively into the roof of autonomous vehicles. This also includes the dlhBOWLES Sensor Cleaning System to ensure sensor functionality in all weather conditions. We combined our respective expertise to seamlessly integrate a cleaning system; using our distinctive nozzle technology and exceptional engineering to clean sensors faster and more efficiently. For more information about the Webasto Roof Sensor Module:
https://www.webasto-group.com/en/ For more on dlhBOWLES camera and sensor cleaning technology: https://dlhbowles.com/solutions-services-2/adas-autonomous-vehicle-technology-2-2-2/
Engineers who eat, sleep and breathe the objectives of automated driving, machine vision, LiDAR, driver monitoring, and active safety know that the sensor requirements keep evolving every six months. Application of these automotive technologies calls upon the need for proactive sensor cleaning. In his article, Freddie Holmes (2019) points out that while the vehicle’s beltline is the ideal viewing point for vision sensors, it can also be the dirtiest. As sensor availability is mission-critical, sensor cleaning takes on a prominent role. Read more about the intrigue of sensor cleaning and the dlhBOWLES proactive approach here: https://www.automotiveworld.com/articles/poised-and-prepared-proactive-sensor-cleaning-is-a-must/
(2019). Poised and prepared: proactive sensor cleaning is a must. Automotive World. Retrieved from https://www.automotiveworld.com/articles/poised-and-prepared-proactive-sensor-cleaning-is-a-must/