Liang Ma, Delphi
Radar sensors can detect a target’s range, range rate, and azimuth in the vehicle coordinate system (VCS) to enable adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, and other features. To obtain accurate target properties, a radar’s boresight should match the designed pointing angle in the VCS; misalignment of the boresight can become result in errors on azimuth that must be compensated to achieve accurate target lateral offset in the VCS. Delphi designed a least-squares solver in MATLAB to compute misalignment angles and analyze vehicle testing logs, and generated production code with MATLAB Coder™.
Recorded: 13 May 2014
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