with 3rd OpenSCENARIO User Meeting
The 3rd Symposium Driving Simulation will take place under the motto “Virtual Environments for Testing of Automated Vehicles”. The event discusses the future challenges in the field of virtual development, testing and validation of systems for automated vehicles. The current state of technologies and standardization activities of driving simulation will be shown. The topical key points will focus on virtual environments for advanced driver assistance systems, autonomous driving and connectivity. The symposium’s practical relevance is highlighted by examples for successful implementations and by a visit of the driving simulator of the DLR. The symposium offers an excellent platform for exchanges between driving simulation experts from the fields of science, IT, or the industry. The event will include a "World Café" as a space for exchanging experiences and summarizing the lessons of the experience.
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
Ever stricter global standards together with the rising pressure on costs in the automotive industry have made an increasing shift of versatile test scenarios toward a virtual world necessary. Technology providers need to make the numerous possible solutions offered by driving simulators their own, while OEMs and suppliers have to develop them further for the future. All too often this potential is not fully exploited due to the increasing complexity of these systems and a heterogeneous hardware and software environment. With the 3rd Symposium Driving Simulation the organizers want to offer science and industry a better access and possibilities for exchange and future collaborations.
The event is aimed at decision-makers and experts from science and industry in the field of virtual driving simulation.
DAY 1 - November 8, 2017 - OpenSCENARIO User Meeting
DAY 2 - November 9, 2017 - Symposium Driving Simulation
(including get-together on November 8)
Please note: all prices plus the legal value added tax. Fee includes event documents, released presentations and food & drinks during the event.
The final agenda will be online mid of May
November 8, 2017
1:30 p.m. Arrival of the guests and welcoming them over a cup of coffee
2:30 p.m. OpenSCENARIO User Meeting - Part I
4:00 p.m. Coffee break
4:30 p.m. OpenSCENARIO User Meeting - Part II
5:30 p.m. End of the user meeting
Event language will be English.
November 9, 2017
8:00 a.m. Arrival of the guests, welcoming them over a cup of coffee and visit the exhibition
Driving Simulator Hall
Prof. Dr. Frank Köster, DLR | Dr. Christoph Runde, VDC | Alexander F. Walser, asc(s
KEYNOTE: Simulation as an Essential Tool for Development and Test of Automated and Connected Vehicles
Prof. Dr. Frank Köster | DLR Institute of Transportation Systems
9:05 a.m. Coffee break and visit of the exhibition in the driving simulator hall
OpenX - On-Track for the Future
Marius Dupuis | VIRES Simulationstechnologie GmbH
NDS on the Road to Auto Drive
Dr. Volker Sasse | Navigation Data Standard e.V.
Project ENVITED – Simulation Examples and Test Tracks for the Road Data Collection
Christiane Radies | 3D Mapping Solutions
Round Table - Questions to the Standardization Initiatives
11:00 a.m. Coffee break
Single Point of Truth for Sensor Signals for Virtual Development of Autonomous Vehicles
Christian Gnandt | TESIS DYNAware GmbH
Virtual Experiments for the Interactive Test of Highly Automated Driving Functions
Dr.-Ing. Jürgen Pitz | FKFS
Scenarios for the Virtual Testing of ADAS Functions Using OPTIS Physics Based Sensor Simulation
Günther Hasna | OPTIS Deutschland GmbH
12:50 p.m. Lunch break and visit of the exhibition in the driving simulator hall
The Impact of Driving Model and Visual Complexity on the Subjective Simulator Experience
Dr.-Ing. Michael Kleer | Fraunhofer ITWM
Stereoscopic Driving Simulation
Klaus Schmalenbach | VISCON GmbH
Model based Test Generation for Virtual Test Driving - 1000 Test Scenarios Generated in 10 Minutes
Dr. Martin Beißer | sepp.med gmbh
3:30 p.m. Coffee break
PROJECT IMPULSE + DISCUSSION
Standardized Classification of Driving Simulators for the Purpose of Safeguarding and Validating Automated Driving Functions with Regard to the Driving Scenarios as well as Simulator Functionality
Thomas Tüschen | TU Dresden
Stochastic Traffic Simulation Based on Driver Behavior Modeling
Christopher Kober | Daimler AG
5:00 p.m. Closing Remarks
Christoph Runde, VDC Fellbach | Alexander F. Walser, asc(s
5:10 p.m. End of the Event
Event language will be English.
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AUTOMOTIVE SIMULATION CENTER STUTTGART e.V.
Ms. Natalia Schuchart
Curiestraße 2 | 70563 Stuttgart | Germany
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