ASAM OSI Proposal Workshop
Project: P_2022_01 ASAM OSI
on: Tuesday, Jun 21, 2022 | 8:00 am - 12:00 pm CEST
via: Online Meeting
ASAM is launching a new project to further develop ASAM OSI. To discuss the scope of the project, ASAM hosted this proposal workshop. The project is planned to start this July and to end in Dec 2023. Two releases are planned: ASAM OSI V3.6.0 (late Q1 2023) and V4.0.0 (end of 2023). Enrollment has started. Please enroll by Jul 29, 2022 Enroll
Together with over 50 participants we reviewed the current status of ASAM OSI and in addition to continuing to improve the Standard for the existing use cases we discussed additional use cases it should cover. This project will continue to improve ASAM OSI for usage with sensor models and will also have a strong focus on extending & aligning the Standard with other standards such as the OpenX portfolio, ISO 23150 and AUTOSAR ADI. Various improvements are planned with respect to ASAM OSI’s performance as well as many other extensions to support different models in Simulation. An investigation into the use of OSI for other, non-automotive applications such as spaceflight is also planned.
The group discussion took place in Miro. The results can be seen on this board: https://miro.com/app/board/uXjVOsswZ5E=/?share_link_id=285024697449
Reminder - Don't forget to send us your feedback:
Performance is seen as a limiting factor for many applications of ASAM OSI. Prior to extending the current ASAM OSI Standard further it is recommended that its relatively high performance overhead is improved. ASAM has commissioned a service provider to investigate in application and performance of flatbuffers for the use in ASAM OSI:
FLATBUFFERS APPLICATION FLATBUFFERS PERFORMANCE
We need your support
We ask all ASAM OSI users to implement on the basis of the reports below and give feedback if the switch to flatbuffers is an improvement in your implementation of ASAM OSI.
Please provide your feedback on our discussion forum: Discussion Forum
Please also check the following links to the different branches and repos with FMUs which have been created druing theis project and can be used for further flattbuffer testing:
NOTE: We use OpenMCx as a co-Simulation tool to connect source/player and sensor model respectively: https://gitlab.com/persival-open-source/open-simulation-interface/osi-performance-evaluation#set-up-a-co-simulation
For questions, please contact support(at)asam.net