ASAM OSI - Open Simulation Interface:
Date: Febuary 21, 2019 10:00 - 17:00
Location: ASAM e.V., Altlaufstr. 40, 85635 Höhenkirchen, Germany
What is OSI?
The Open Simulation Interface (OSI) is a generic interface for the environmental perception of automated driving functions in virtual scenarios. It’s goal is to allow a user to connect any sensor with a standardized interface to any automated driving function and to any driving simulator tooling. For a detailed documentation of OSI, see the current documentation (will be moved to ASAM prior to project start). OSI was originally developed completely open-source and will remain so under ASAM.
The workshop will have two core goals:
- Present and discuss ASAM’s revised standardisation project process as applicable to an open-source development environment
- We will release a draft of this process in advance of the workshop for review
- Our hope is that attendees will be able to give us feedback on the process so that we can make sure that all requirement of your companies for participating and contributing are satisfied
- Design a feature roadmap for the future of OSI. Due to the open-source model, development will be feature based. We hope for two outputs of this discussion:
- A roadmap of features and milestones for future versions of the standard
- A core team of participants for each feature, who will help drive and align the development
→ With the support of the ASAM office these results will be integrated into one or more ASAM project proposal
Who Should Participate?
All are invited, from individuals to tool vendors, automotive OEMs and suppliers (software & hardware). No ASAM membership is required. Participants will be expected to take part in subsequent OSI projects to help make it a globally accepted standard.
For any questions, please contact benjamin.engel(at)asam.net.