The session „Tools and methods for validation and deployment of automated driving“ will focus on the topic, how real world traffic scenarios and testing methodologies as well as automated driving functions can be shifted into virtual testing procedures and environments. To reach this goal, among others, an assessable safety argumentation and a common understanding of scenario descriptions are necessary. In this context, the session on the ITS World Congress will be held by international speakers, who will give insights into their work on tools and concepts for verification and validation of automated vehicle functionalities.
From a German perspective the session will be opened by the two PEGASUS-projects, VVM and SET Level. Together with its sister project SET Level, VVM will present the current status of the work on tool chains and methods for verification and validation from the German perspective and thus its contribution to the future safety architecture of automated driving functions.
The session can thus provide important and application-oriented insights into the work and proposed solutions on an international level and give impulses for further work in the respective projects.
The session, conducted by Henning Mosebach will be held on Monday, 11 October from 2.00 to 3.30 p.m. at the ITS World Congress in Hamburg. In addition to the contributions from the coordinator of VVM, Roland Galbas, and Frank Köster, project coordinator of SET Level, the other speakers include Satoshi Taniguchi (Japan), Adrian Zlocki (Germany), Huei Peng (US) and Alvaro Arrue (Spain). For more information on the ITS World Congress, such as the congress program, you can visit the website: https://itsworldcongress.com/