on: Jan 17 - 18, 2017
at: ASAM, Höhenkirchen, Germany
register by: Jan 11, 2019
A major component in the development of complex and highly automated driving systems are driving and traffic simulators. A group of industry experts has started the development of the ADAS OpenSCENARIO, which defines the dynamic content of such simulators. The primary use of OpenSCENARIO is currently for complex, synchronized maneuver descriptions that involve multiple cars. OpenSCENARIO is being transferred to ASAM and shall be significantly extended to cover further dynamic content of the simulators, such as driver behavior, traffic, weather, environmental events and more. Industry experts, which either develop simulators or regularly use them, are cordially invited to influence the scope and content of the upcoming public specification development projects for OpenSCENARIO. standard
Goals for Standardization
One of the first goals of the proposal workshop is to determine the work scope of a transfer project, which shall clarify and formally document the content of the current versions of the OpenSCENARIO schemata. In parallel, we propose a concept project, which shall determine the further development of the standards for existing or new features. In a proposed implementation project at ASAM, we propose to develop supplementary tools that support the application of OpenSCENARIO in practice. The results of the proposal workshop are input for project proposals, which determine the technical content and timeline for the aforementioned projects. The projects will start in early 2019.
Who Should Participate?
If you are a current user of driving or traffic simulators in an automotive or supplier company, or if your company develops simulators or content editors in this domain, then the OEM is probably of interest for you. ASAM particularly seeks for technical and market experts in the areas of standard and automated drive control strategies development and test, vehicle maneuver descriptions (complex, involving multiple cars), modelling of driver behavior, traffic statistics, traffic models, weather models, vehicle dynamics or design of languages and data models for automated maneuver and test-case generation. If you are working in this area or have substantial market experience, then please consider your participation in this workshop. Please note that participation requires some work of preparation (see ADASagenda, Session C).
Proposal Workshop ASAM OpenDRIVE & ASAM OpenCRG
Jan 15 - 16, 2019