Public Review

ASAM offers its members the opportunity to review and comment on draft versions of standards before release. This way we want to ensure that the standards contain no significant errors and are not missing important requirements.

Public Reviews

The purpose of a "Public Review" is to involve ASAM members who are not part of the project group but work in the respective domain, to obtain their review feedback and to increase the overall quality and acceptance of a standard prior to its release. If you are employee of an ASAM member company, you are eligible to take part in the review process. A login to ASAM's website is required.


Currently, we have draft versions for 2 new standards which are scheduled for release in March 2020. 

Review deadline: Feb 28, 2020

Public Review ASAM HMS V1.0.0

(HEX-File Management System)

Deadline: Feb 28, 2020



The strong interdependencies between ECUs, particularly in the areas of ADAS and autonomous driving, require a sophisticated HEX-file management, which helps engineers to choose the correct HEX-files to be flashed in ECUs that functionally fit to the other ECUs of the system. The goal of this project is to systematically determine matching HEX-files of a complex E/E system and to link development artefacts to specific HEX-files.     Read More


ASAM HMS was developed by members from Hino Motors, Ltd., Honda R&D Co., Ltd Automobile R&D Center, Toyota Motor Corporation, AVL LIST GmbH, DXC Technology, ETAS GmbH, and Vector Informatik GmbH.  





Review Draft Version

Public Review ASAM ARTI V1.0.0

(ASAM Run-Time Interface)

Deadline: Feb 28, 2020



Debugging and tracing enables efficient development, integration, optimization and verification of software. For analyzing several aspects - especially timing aspects - it becomes essential to link the debugging and tracing data to the scheduling of the system. It is proposed to create a new set of data exchange formats called "ASAM Run-Time Interface" (ARTI), which shall simplify debugging & tracing software modules and analyzing their real time behavior.     Read More


ASAM HMS was developed by members from Continental AG, Robert Bosch GmbH, GLIWA GmbH embedded systems, INCHRON GmbH, iSYSTEM AG, Lauterbach GmbH, PLS Programmierbare Logik & Systeme GmbH, Vector Informatik GmbH, Luxoft GmbH.  



Review Draft Version

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