4th ASAM International Conference
Autonomous Driving –
Standardized Virtual Development as a Key to Future Mobility
Hosted in cooperation with the Saxon State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour and Transport
Dec 10 - 11, 2019 in Dresden, Germany
The increasing number of driver assistance systems in the car culminating in the fully autonomous operation, implies that the interaction with the environment is gradually delegated from the driver to the vehicle. Therefore, the development of these driving systems can no longer be based solely on the understanding of the driver, the vehicle, and their interaction but must additionally take the environment into account.
Virtualized development is the key to manage this increased complexity. And it goes along with a radical change in the “classical” test methods: New concepts must be developed for comprehensive vehicle validation in both the real and virtual world.
These new concepts will be subject of the 4th ASAM International Conference taking place on Dec 10-11, 2019 in Dresden, Germany. In 2 tracks, we will discuss various aspects of autonomous driving: We will hear about different concepts for virtual verification and validation and get familiar with different strategies for sensor modeling and data fusion. Additionally, we will hear how AI and machine learning can support these new concepts and discuss where standards can assist to improve processes. Excursions to infrastructural challenges, cybersecurity, and other industries will round up the program.
ASAM invites you to take part in this exciting event. Look forward to two days with 39 presentations hosted in two tracks and an exhibition demonstrating the latest products and solutions. We are excited to welcome you in Dresden.
Cooperation with the Saxon State Ministry
It is our distinct pleasure to announce that after the successful cooperation with the Saxon State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour and Transport in 2017, we once again cooperate in the ASAM International Conference 2019. The OpenX Standards are applied in many of the Saxon projects for connected and autonomous driving. The cooperation allows us to present practice examples of how virtualization applies to testing and validation, and to showcase tool chains, live simulations, and video demonstrations in the context of the Saxon project “Synchronized Mobility 2023”.