M3, Averna join to test auto infotainment

April 26, 2017  - By
Averna AST-1000.

Averna AST-1000.

Averna has entered a strategic partnership with M3 Systems to distribute M3’s StellaNGC GNSS Simulator on National Instruments’ VST platforms for the infotainment segment of the automotive market.

M3 Systems’ GNSS simulator, based on National Instruments’ Vector Signal Transceiver (NI VST), will now be available as part of Averna’s AST-1000 platform, extending its capability to navigation and GNSS testing.

Launched in July 2016, the AST-1000 is an RF solution designed for radio, navigation, video and connectivity testing. Also based on the NI VST, the software-defined AST-1000 supports all common infotainment RF signals, including AM/FM, DAB, RDS, HD Radio and Sirius/XMas, as well as GNSS navigation.

The combination provides a comprehensive solution and enables unprecedented applications for the testing of infotainment systems.

M3 Systems’ GNSS simulator is a good fit to extend the capability of the AST-1000 for navigation testing because both instruments are based on the NI VST, the companies said.

Averna is aiming for an all-in-one platform for the complete validation of infotainment systems, including radio, navigation, audio/video and connectivity testing.

The Averna AST-1000 is available to customers worldwide.

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