Submit your offer incl. a work sample by May 14, 2021
ASAM is looking for a Service Provider (SP) for technical writing and data modeling tasks to support the projects ASAM OpenDRIVE 1.8.0 and ASAM OpenLABEL V1.0.0. The Service Provider will support the Technical Writer at ASAM to create the documents for the standards.
|May 07, 2021||Latest day to submit questions regarding the offer|
|May 10, 2021||Individual questions and answers sessions|
|May 14, 2021||Latest day to submit an offer (incl. work sample)|
The following existing documents can support the creation of your offer:
For a more detailed view on the projects, please also refer to the project proposal for ASAM OpenDRIVE 1.8.0:
The tasks to support both ASAM projects include:
English native speaker (American English), available at least for review tasks
Know-how in creatingstandard documentation and user guides
Domain knowledge regardingsimulation and automated driving
Experience in data modeling, for exampleUML, JSON schema, etc.
Knowledge in software development workflows and tools (Git, VS-Code)
The project period is from Jun 01 - Nov 30, 2021.
The estimated time for the support are 20 hours per week.
An extension to 40 hours per week for peak loads shall optionally be possible before the releases of the standards in Jul 2021 and Nov 2021.
During the runtime of the project the resources will be shifted between the two projects as support is needed.
The Service Provider must attend all necessary project group meetings.
There will be a monthly budget monitoring between ASAM and the Service Provider.
In case a deliverable is found to be defective or not up to customary industry quality standards, the Service Provider will correct the deliverable without charging ASAM for the extra work.
All work results of the project (including the sources to create them) will be handed over to ASAM and will become the exclusive property of ASAM. If the general terms & conditions of the Service Provider contain rules that are in conflict herewith, then they must be identified and explicitly declared as invalid for this offer.
The tasks for the Service Provider will be assigned to a separate Gitlab board, where ASAM and the Service Provider can track progress.
The issues will be defined by ASAM in cooperation with the Service Provider.
Each issue will be given a complexity level based on story points.
The issues in the Service Provider’s Gitlab board will than link to the actual task issues in the correspondingstandard repository.
Example of the Service Provider’s Gitlab board
|Service Provider’s Gitlab board||Description for the Service Provider||OpenLABEL Board||OpenDRIVE Board|
|Issue No 1||work on task OpenLABEL #21||link to issue #21|
|Issue No 2||work on task OpenDRIVE #12||link to issue #12|
The results of thestandard specific issues will be delivered as specified in the issues, for example as AsciiDoc file, image files, etc.
All results must be linked into the issues of the Service Provider’s Gitlab board for documentation.