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Deadline: Nov 29, 2021
The ASAM OpenXOntology is an ASAM standard that defines common definitions, properties, and relations for central concepts of the ASAM OpenX standards, including OpenDRIVE, OpenSCENARIO, OpenODD, OSI, and OpenLABEL.
The OpenX standards describe traffic participants, road networks, driving maneuvers, and test scenarios for driving and traffic simulation, labeling sensor data, and other use cases.The standards share concepts from the domain of road traffic, such as road, lanes, and traffic participants.OpenXOntology provides an ontology-based architecture for these concepts and thus a common definition of the domain model for the OpenX standards. The OpenXOntology covers the following concepts from the domain of road traffic:
• Road infrastructure, meaning roads and lanes.
• Traffic infrastructure, meaning traffic signs, signals, etc.
• Temporal changes in the road and traffic infrastructures, meaning road constructions, diversions, etc.
• Dynamic traffic agents, such as cars, pedestrians, and cyclists.
• Environment, meaning weather, time of day, etc.
• Vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication objects.
Deadline: Nov 29, 2021
OpenSCENARIO 2.0 is comprised of the specification for a domain specific language and a domain model aimed at the description of dynamic content in driving simulation applications. The primary use of OpenSCENARIO 2.0 is the description and construction of complex scenarios, including maneuvers that involve multiple vehicles and other participants, complex environmental interactions, complex variations of testing parameters.
OpenSCENARIO 2.0 is used in virtual development, test, and validation of functions for driver assistance, automated driving and autonomous driving. OpenSCENARIO 2.0 can also be used on test tracks/proving grounds, mixed environment (HIL) and for decoding real word driving data. The standard may be used in conjunction with ASAM OpenDRIVE and ASAM OpenCRG, which describe detailed information on the road network and surface in driving simulation.
OpenSCENARIO 2.0 introduces the concept of a Domain Specific Language into a scenario description. This is a language with the properties of a software language. More details are in the documents.