Your headstart in electronic horizon development
EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit is an out-of-the-box ADASIS Provider for your R&D activities. It supports the latest map material (for ADASIS v2 and v3). By using a GNSS receiver as a positioning source and recording/replaying test drives, the kit contains everything that is necessary to run EB robinos Predictor instantly within your development environment.
Check out this Web App and start using EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit without complex installation or configuration.
Here’s what you’ll get:
EB robinos Predictor Eval Kit is a compact Raspberry Pi device running the EB robinos Provider for ADASIS to evaluate the capacity and performance of EB’s electronic horizon products. This platform is equipped with all that is necessary for a demonstration ECU.
Control web interface to easily configure electronic horizon output. Simple to install with ready to use hardware design.
Reduce space with compact Raspberry Pi device
Receive software updates for the latest ADASIS versions.
Highlights of our ADASIS Provider
- Stimulate test drives on any route
- Visualize map tracks
- Configure your ADASIS Provider
– Connection settings
– Map regions (EU, NAR, Custom)
– ADASIS protocol settings
- Connect your computer via WiFi or LAN
- Record and replay test drive tracks
- Use GNSS receiver or CAN/UDP input as a positioning source
- Visualize eHorizon tree with built-in Reconstructor viewer
ADASIS v2 and ADASIS v3
- Playback for prerecorded test drive tracks
- Records of new test drive tracks
- ADASIS protocol settings
- Map selection
- Map visualization
- Provider software update function
- Built-in Reconstructor viewer
- Mobile and desktop view
- Navigation data standard (NDS) database supports up to NDS 2.5x
- Includes Mapscape licensed maps for EU & NAR based on HERE maps
- Transmits data via UDP or CAN
- MPP (Most Probable Path)
- CAN and UDP input positioning interface
- Based on ADASIS 3.1 standard
- Supports latest HD online maps by HERE and TomTom
- Supports NDS.Live format
- Transmits data via TCP
- Multiple MPPs based on positioning candidates
- UDP input positioning interface