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P_2022_01 ASAM OSI

PROJECT NUMBER
P_2022_01
PROJECT TYPE
Major Version Development
PROPOSAL SUBMITTER
, PMSF GmbH
DOMAIN
Simulation
PROPOSAL WORKSHOP
PROPOSAL WORKSHOP
FEEDBACK ON PERFORMANCE
ongoing (see "Query on Performance" below)
ENROLL BY
Jul 29, 2022
PROJECT START
Aug 2022
RELEASE V3.6.0
Mar 2023
PUBLIC REVIEW V4.0.0
Dec 2023
RELEASE 4.0.0
Feb 2024


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Alignment Activity: Dynamic
Signals

ASAM started an alignment activity across all
ASAM OpenX standards on Dynamic Signals.
The first workshop took place on Oct 04,2022. 
This activity also concerns ASAM OSI and
includes representatives of the work group. 
 

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Project Content

This project will continue to improve 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 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.

 

So far, there are 5 work packages planned for this project: 

  • Project Organization
  • Sensor Modeling
  • Harmonization
  • Performance & Packaging
  • Other Models

 

Next Steps

  1. Integration of the workshop results into the proposal
  2. Submission of the proposal document to the ASAM TSC (29.06)
  3. TSC meets to review the proposal for approval (12.07)
  4. Project kickoff (mid-end July)

IMPORTANT   

  • Please sign up in the form on the right.
  • We are still looking for volunteers to take on the role of project lead, without one this project cannot start! Final decision on a PL takes place in the project kickoff, but at least one nomination is required for approval of the project. 
  • The Change Control Board is still looking for additional participants. If you are a previous CCB member that wants to continue your commitment and have not signed up again in the workshop, please mark it in the enrollment form or reach out to benjamin.engel(at)asam.net.

 

Query on Performance

Performance is seen as a limiting factor for many applications of ASAM OSI. This is critical for Real-Time and above-Real-Time applications but also for models beyond pure object-list transfers. A workshop was being held to evaluate the real performance benefit of Flatbuffers and to receive feedback from people who have real deployments of ASAM OSI.  Review proposal Workshop

 

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

 




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Contact

Alignment Activity: Dynamic
Signals

ASAM started an alignment activity across all
ASAM OpenX standards on Dynamic Signals.
The first workshop took place on Oct 04,2022. 
This activity also concerns ASAM OSI and
includes representatives of the work group. 
 

Read more

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