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ASAM OpenSCENARIO Transfer Project

PROJECT NUMBER
P2019-01
PROJECT TYPE
New Standard Development
PROPOSAL DOWNLOAD
PROJECT START
Apr 2019
PUBLIC REVIEW
Dec 2019
PROJECT END
Dec 2019
RELEASE
Jan 2020


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Motivation

The goal of this transfer project is to create the first version of ASAM OpenSCENARIO on a quality- and completeness-level that is expected from a public standard and from ASAM members. This also includes work on a technical level to complete and enhance the currently existing specification documents, to clarify open issues and to fill specification gaps, which might be brought up by project group members during the project term. The transfer project shall ensure vendor-independence of the standard and lay a solid foundation for its further development within the community of ASAM experts.

 

OpenSCENARIO comprises the specification and file schema for the description of the dynamic contents in driving simulation applications. The primary use of OpenSCENARIO is currently for complex, synchronized maneuver descriptions that involve multiple vehicles. OpenSCENARIO is used in virtual development, test and validation of driver assistance functions, automated and autonomous driving. In conjunction with OpenDRIVE and OpenCRG, which are transferred to ASAM at the same time, those standards provide a solid foundation for the simulation and test of complex driving situations. 

 

Project Content

The starting point for this project is the current non-ASAM released OpenSCENARIO version 0.9.1. The existing online documentation will be transferred into documents in accordance with ASAM style guidelines, structure, content and quality for standards. Missing content may be added to complete the description. The following working steps are planned and will be carried out during the project:

  • Transfer of the existing documentation to the ASAM standards template
  • Creation of additional required chapters 
  • Clarification of open questions on syntax and semantics of the data model and file format
  • Creation of an UML model
  • Validation of the UML model against the standard and the schema of version 0.9.1
  • Automatic generation of the schema file(s) from the UML model

Throughout the project, it is a critical requirement that the new version of OpenSCENARIO maintains backward-compatibility to its predecessor version. It is not the intention of this project to add new features or significantly change existing features of OpenSCENARIO. The further development of the standard is the main focus of P2019-02 OpenSCENARIO Concept Project, which runs in parallel to this project.

 

Who Should Participate?

Most of the formal work for this project is carried out by a service provider, e.g. the transfer of the standard document and the creation and validation of the UML model. Participation of members would be of interest for those, who currently use or develop products based on OpenSCENARIO. The project offers a unique opportunity to clarify open questions on syntax and semantics of the standard, make minor improvements that ease the understanding and application of the standard, and to ensure compatibility of the standard with existing implementations. This is of particular interest for those experts, who specify driving maneuvers or regularly use driving and traffic simulators.
 



Participating Companies

  • AUDI AG
  • AVL LIST GMBH
  • b-plus GmbH
  • BMW AG
  • DENSO Corporation
  • dSPACE GmbH
  • IRT SystemX
  • Jaguar Land Rover
  • M&K Mess- und Kommunikationstechnik GmbH
  • MicroNova AG
  • RA Consulting GmbH
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • TraceTronic GmbH
  • Connected Places Catapult
  • VIRES Simulationstechnologie GmbH
  • VOLVO Car Corporation
  • VTI - Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute
  • Automotive Safety Technologies

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