Russia: Fort Telecom crash tests eCall rollover in Chery Bonus

Дата публикации: 24.12.2014

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24.12.2014
A vehicle equipped with an ERA-GLONASS terminal has successfully passed crash tests for an overturn in the test site of the Russian Central Scientific Research Automobile and Automotive Engine Institute (”NAMI”). It was a final test in a pre-certification cycle of testing ERA-GLONASS terminals as an embedded part of vehicles.
A vehicle equipped with an ERA-GLONASS terminal has successfully passed crash tests for an overturn in the test site of the Russian Central Scientific Research Automobile and Automotive Engine Institute (”NAMI”). It was a final test in a pre-certification cycle of testing ERA-GLONASS terminals as an embedded part of vehicles.
The ERA-GLONASS terminal developed by Russian company Fort Telecom was installed in a Chery Bonus and configured to trigger on the fact of an overturn based at the built-in accelerometer and gyroscope. Speeded up to 40 km/h the car has ran over a special ramp and overturned. At the moment of the accident the terminal correctly identified the location, severity and impact force, the type of accident (overturn), transmitted this data to the ERA-GLONASS trial subsystem and established the communication channel with a dispatcher.
“The testing of ERA-GLONASS equipment together with NAMI already has become a common practice for Fort Telecom,” – says Fort Telecom CBDO Vladimir Makarenko. – But the crash test that simulates an overturn was held for the first time. The ERA-GLONASS terminal has automatically determined the overturn. Representatives of the Chinese brand Chery made sure in high quality of Fort Telecom equipment, and specialists from NAMI and Fort Telecom have acquired the real data characterizing the behavior of cars in this type of accident”.

By Telematics NewsPublished: 18 November 2014  

Posted in: Russia, Telematics, eCall 
Source: GLONASS Union

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