How to design, optimize, and validate, safe laser headlamps through virtual experimentation?

Discover how to optimize laser headlamps to ensure a maximum safety on the road, for the drivers and oncoming road users.

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Laser headlamp


If good vision is essential to an optimal safe driving experience, most current laser headlights have been described as too bright and annoying for oncoming traffic. New regulations have been passed to limit the brightness of headlamps and improve safety on the road. Today, car manufacturers and their suppliers are facing a real challenge: creating attractive laser lighting, while maintaining a balance between glare and visibility. However, validating their laser headlights systems with physical prototypes alone requires million-miles night drive tests and huge investments in money. 


Today, new means have been developed to digitally simulate how their products interact with light. With physical simulation and computer-aided engineering technologies, engineers can assess their laser designs before they hit manufacturing lines, guiding them through product development. 


By performing these simulations digitally, they can perform more virtual tests than physical tests faster reduce the development time and at a fraction of the cost. The final laser headlamps are finely optimized, to ensure a maximum safety on the road, for the drivers and oncoming road users. 



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