Manufacturers of test equipment for automotive head-up displays (HUDs) have partnered with the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Committee to define standard measurement criteria to assess HUD quality.
The new standard (SAE J1757-2 “Optical Metrology for Automotive HUD”
) will outline optical measurement geometries and requirements for determining HUD performance using light measurement systems.
Although no single system is specified, there are several differentiating features among SAE-compliant systems that greatly reduce HUD evaluation time, enabling automated production-level measurement, ensuring compliance, and limiting cost and time to market.
Join a 30-minute webinar
hosted by Matt Scholz, International Senior Business Advisor of Radiant’s Automotive team, as he presents four key system features that offer the greatest technical advantages for SAE standard HUD measurement.
- Upcoming SAE J1757-2 standard and requirements
- Key HUD measurement challenges
- Camera features that ensure the fastest measurement setup
- Software features that enable automated testing for production
A live audience Q&A with our presenter will follow the presentation.