Standardization for Highly Automated Driving
on: Aug 19, 2019, 10:00 am – 02:00 pm
at: LIFT, 1400 Rosa Park Blvd., Detroit, MI 48216
ASAM hosted a workshop in cooperation with Ohio State University to inform managers and experts in North America about current standardization activities in Highly Automated Driving. Subject of discussion were not only the OpenX standards that are currently being (further) developed at ASAM but also other activities and projects throughout Europe. The workshop offered our North American guests interesting insights on what is currently going on across the Atlantic and opened up the opportunity to discuss additional needs and requirements for standardization.
ASAM has presented itself as forward looking organization that is capable and willing to bring standardization in autonomous driving to the next level.
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10:00 – 10:30
• Prof. Dr. Marcus Rieker, Chairman ASAM e.V.
• David Emerling, Ohio State University
10:30 – 11:30
Virtual Vehicle Validation – Current Standardization Activities at ASAM
Dr. Estenfeld, Managing Director, ASAM e.V.
Dr. Estenfeld will present the new ASAM standardization domain “Simulation” and introduce the “OpenX” Standards for driving and traffic simulations.
11:30 – 12:30
Cooperative Development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) – A European Approach
Prof. Dr. Frank Köster, Head of Department ‘Architectures & Verification’, Institute of Transportation Systems (Research Center)
DLR is the German Research Center for aerospace, energy, transport, and security. This involves research activities in the areas of ‘Automotive’, ‘Train Systems’, ‘Intermodal Mobility & Public Transport’, and ‘Traffic Management’ with a focus on architectures and . verification
The speaker will give you an overview on the landscape of current cooperative development activities in Europe and point out recent success stories.
12:30 – 01:15
01:15 – 01:45
Discussion on Simulation Topics - Current Needs and Requirements
We invite you to share your needs, requirements for future standardization topics and/or address your concerns.
01:45 – 02:00