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ASAM OpenODD V1.0.0

PROJECT NUMBER
P_2022_03
PROJECT TYPE
New Standard Development
PROPOSAL SUBMITTER
Mr. Siddartha Khastgir, WMG University of Warwick
DOMAIN
Simulation
PRELIMINARY PROPOSAL
PROPOSAL WORKSHOP
ENROLL BY
Jul 20, 2022
PROJECT START
Kick-off: Aug 03 - 04, 2022
PUBLIC REVIEW
Dec 2023
PROJECT END
Jan 2024
RELEASE
Feb 2024


Alignment Activity: Dynamic
Signals

ASAM starts an alignment activity across all
ASAM OpenX standards on Dynamic Signals.
The first workshop takes place on Oct 04,2022. 
If you were already involved in ASAM OpenX
standardization projects and have worked on
dynamic signals (e.g. traffic lights), please join 
us.
 

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Project Scope

In this project, the concepts developed in the ASAM OpenODD concept paper  shall be translated into a new Standard: The ASAM OpenODD concept proposes to specify a language concept as well as a machine-readable format to allow users to share, compare and re-use ODD definitions. 

 

About ASAM OpenODD

An Operation Design Domain definition (ODD) shall be valid throughout the whole vehicle’s lifetime. The definition of an ODD is part of the safety concept of a vehicle. Depending on the current development step different information needs to be derived from such an overall ODD.

 

ASAM OpenODD focuses on a machine-readable format. The ODD must be represented so it can easily be used within Simulation and other machine processed environments. The content of ASAM OpenODD will be derived from any abstract ODD, providing the information in a usable manner. For the purpose of using this ODD description for simulations and post-processing the format must fulfill the following requirements:

  • Searchable
  • Exchangeable
  • Extensible
  • Machine readable
  • Measurable and verifiable
  • Readability is important: Format is readable – but main intent is for computer processing (with structure and grammar). ISO 34503 is intended to be used for human users (structured natural language).

In the scenario-based testing workflow ASAM OpenODD will play a very important role supporting the test description, defining the boundaries of what to test and achieving a good test coverage of the operational design domain and its borders.        Read more

 

Development

The project is open for enrollment until Jul 20, 2022. Please be aware that signing up to this project means a minimal commitment as follows:

  1. WP 2 Knowledge transfer and generation – 2-month duration, current estimates are 1h meetings every week
  2. WP 3 Scope Refinement – 3-month duration, also 1h meeting every week + offline preparation
  3. Later technical WPs – 12 – 15 months duration – as it is currently difficult to estimate the necessary resources to finalize the standard based on the outputs of WP3 we will be asking for a minimum commitment from companies initially (25 days). Part of the output of WP3 will be a refined list of participant commitments to the individual work items.



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Alignment Activity: Dynamic
Signals

ASAM starts an alignment activity across all
ASAM OpenX standards on Dynamic Signals.
The first workshop takes place on Oct 04,2022. 
If you were already involved in ASAM OpenX
standardization projects and have worked on
dynamic signals (e.g. traffic lights), please join 
us.
 

Read more

Contact

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