SGW Designworks develops anechoic chambers that allow vehicle safety technology companies to perform sophisticated tests of automotive radar systems.
Vehicle safety technology companies need anechoic chambers to test automotive radar systems.
These chambers contain radar-absorbing material that allows them to transmit and receive radar signals without echo — meaning more accurate and detailed testing for radar systems. Sophisticated wave guides are incorporated into the system, simulation long distances in a small physical footprint.
In addition to the chamber itself, SGW provides specific programming and test design that allows technicians to conduct dozens of tests per minute, then calibrate the radar system’s sensors based on those tests, log test records, and communicate with the company’s servers.
A complete anechoic chamber that is built to order.
SGW builds and sells anechoic chambers to manufacturers in the automotive radar production market. Customers use the systems for calibration and QC, executing mid-range tests in a small physical footprint.
The SGW team can develop and build other configurations for specific radar testing and QC applications.