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P_2022_06 ASAM OpenSCENARIO

PROJECT NUMBER
P_2022_06
PROJECT TYPE
Minor Version Development
DOMAIN
Simulation
PROPOSAL WORKSHOP
ENROLL BY
Dec 31, 2022
PROJECT START
Jan 2023
PROJECT END
Sep 2023
RELEASE
Oct 2023


Enroll in the Project: 

Enroll by Dec 31, 2022

 

IMPORTANT: 

  • ASAM membership is required to
    take part.
  • We aks you to sign up for individual work
    packages. You find the committment for
    each work package in the tabel on the
    bottom left. 
  • To enroll, please fill in the form below
    or contact benjamin.engel(at)asam.net

ASAM OpenSCENARIO defines the dynamic content of the world regarding the on-road driving domain, for example, behavior of traffic participants and how these are expected to interact with each other and the environment. Version 2.0.0 added definition of additional entities and capabilities to enable test scenario development.

 

This proposal is for a joint ASAM OpenSCENARIO 1.x and 2.x project and the first to follow ASAM’s roadmap for OpenSCENARIO (see the supplementary notes on ASAM OpenSCENARIO released together with V2.0.0, available here). The proposal suggests launching a minor project, which will focus on 4 vectors:

  1. ASAM OpenSCENARIO 1.x development:
    Implement key additional features, clarifications and bugfixes from the OpenSCENARIO 1.2.0 open issues list. As the majority of new feature development is intended for the DSL (2.0.0 and greater) these features will focus on closing clear or urgent gaps in the standard.
  2. ASAM OpenSCENARIO 2.x development:
    Fix errors and bugs reported for ASAM OpenSCENARIO 2.0.0 and cover features being introduced in item 1)
  3. ASAM OpenSCENARIO migration:
    Improve and close gaps in the migration guidelines ASAM OpenSCENARIO 1.x--->2.0, reach the goal that ASAM OpenSCENARIO 2.x is a full superset of ASAM OpenSCENARIO 1.x.
  4. The future of ASAM OpenSCENARIO:
    Design and plan the roadmap for future ASAM OpenSCENARIO projects

 

On Nov 08, 2022, ASAM held a proposal workshop to further define the scope of the project

 

Project proposal

 

 

ENROLLMENT

Enrollments for the ASAM OpenSCENARIO Future Development (FVD) Project are now open! Please submit your enrollment by Nov 20, 2022. It is important we are able to submit an initial participant list to the ASAM TSC for them to take into account the available resources for this project in their approval discussions.

 

The project is planned according to the roadmap below:
 

Signup to this project is on a Work package basis. With your signup to a work package you are committing to invest your time to the successful completion of the WP. The numbers named for each work package are estimates based on prior experience for your time requirement. Some items are mandatory for participation, others are optional and subject to additional resource requirements. If you are interesting in taking on a project leadership role, please also indicate this accordingly.

 

On average the following investment is advised for each participant:

Work PackageCommitment estimate 
[days effort] 
Time committment per work package
WP0 Ramp up & scope finalization24 weeks
WP1/WP2 Contributing to either OSC1 or OSC2 development1015 weeks + 6 weeks review period

WP3 Migration

820 weeks
WP4 Roadmap25 weeks
Project meetings42 F2F over 2 days each
 26 

 

Next Steps:

  1. Submission of the project proposal to the ASAM TSC on 20.11
  2. ASAM TSC review and approval of the proposal on 05.12
  3. Definition of a kickoff workshop in calendar week 3 of 2023s

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: WP0 (Ramp up) is mandatory. WP4 requires participation in WP1 or WP2.



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Enroll in the Project: 

Enroll by Dec 31, 2022

 

IMPORTANT: 

  • ASAM membership is required to
    take part.
  • We aks you to sign up for individual work
    packages. You find the committment for
    each work package in the tabel on the
    bottom left. 
  • To enroll, please fill in the form below
    or contact benjamin.engel(at)asam.net
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