Adaptive Driving Beam Headlight Testing

Meet the latest US standards with our ADB testing solutions

Adaptive driving beam technology

Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB), also known as adaptive headlights is an automatic headlight beam switching technology that has recently been permitted in the United States. These headlights automatically adjust the direction and intensity of the headlight beam based on various factors such as the vehicle’s movement, road conditions and oncoming traffic. These are more sophisticated systems than those that simply automatically switch from high beam to low beam.

They are designed to improve low-light visibility and safety while driving, which is especially important given that half of all traffic deaths occur at nighttime or at dawn or dusk, according to the IIHS.

Facilities and test equipment

Equipped with in-house designed lighting and sensor rigs together with high-quality surface pavement, our test facility in California is ideal for achieving consistent results. We use AB Dynamics’ driving robots to simulate various scenarios, with the vehicle driven through a series of turn radii and speeds with our specialist lighting rig mimicking surrounding vehicle headlights and taillights. Our post-processor software is able to analyze and verify compliance with the latest test standards immediately.

As the current contractor for NHTSA ADAS verification testing, you can be assured of our team’s proficiency in testing according to the latest modifications to FMVSS 108 and SAE J3069.

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