Driving Simulation Conference 2021
on: Sep 14 - 17, 2021
ASAM will be part of this year's "Driving Simulation Conference 2021". The Conference will be held in a hybrid format.
Our Global Technology Manager, Ben Engel, will hold a workshop on "ASAM OpenX - Standardization for validation and verification of autonomous driving":
Ben will first give an an overview of the current and upcoming ASAM OpenX activities before he will step inside a subset of these and focus on the testing aspect of ASAM's standards. The ongoing ASAM Test Specification Study Group is aiming to provide clarity to the industry on the full testing landscape for automotive development. Ben will examine some of the key outputs so far and use these to zoom in further on a small subset of this landscape, scenario-based testing. An example will be shown of how these can be used to enable a fully standardized testing workflow for scenario-based testing, providing some deeper insights. The final part of the session will have a closer look at the upcoming ASAM OpenSCENARIO 2.0, the next generation of scenario exchange format that provides a domain specific language for scenarios across a broad spectrum of abstraction levels.
In addititon to this workshop, ASAM offers you the opportunity to get in contact with us at the exhbition (ASAM booth no 3). We cordially invite you to take the chance and visit us at the DSC.
About the Driving Simulation Conference (DSC):
The DSC Conference gathers driving Simulation specialists from industrial and academic communities as well as commercial Simulation providers all around the world. This 20th edition follows that of 2020, held in Antibes, France, in a hybrid version with up to 300 physical and remote participants and approximately 30 exhibitors. Both physical and remote participants come from more than 20 different countries from Europe, America, Asia and Africa.
Themes include state of the art in driving Simulation technology, research and developments, extended with progressively merging virtual reality (VR) developments. This years program will also host a special appearance of Simulation tools for autonomous and connected vehicles along with advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) applications. Human factors and motion rendering nevertheless will remain the now traditional axis of the conference.