Further registrations are only possible at the event location on 29/30 June
The 2nd Symposium Driving Simulation discusses the current state of driving simulation technology. The topical key points will focus on systems for driver assistance systems, autonomous driving and also on user-centric development. The symposium’s practical relevance is highlighted by examples for successful implementations and by a visit of the driving simulator of the TU Berlin. The symposium offers an excellent platform for exchanges between driving simulation experts from the fields of science, IT, or the industry.
Technical University of Berlin
Labor für Maschinensysteme (LMS)
Straße des 17. Juni 144A
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 2nd Symposium Driving Simulation the organizers want to offer science and industry a better access.
The event is aimed at decision-makers and experts in the field of virtual driving simulation.
DAY 1 - June 29, 2016 - OpenSCENARIO User Meeting
DAY 2 - June 30, 2016 - Symposium Driving Simulation
Please note: all prices plus the legal value added tax
June 29, 2016
1:30 p.m. Arrival of the guests and welcoming them over a cup of coffee
2:30 p.m. OpenSCENARIO User Meeting - Part 1
Welcoming remarks 10'
Marius Dupuis - VIRES
Alexander F. Walser - asc(s
Motivation / Presentations of the Core Team 45'
Status OpenSCENARIO format and technical report 35'
4:00 p.m. Coffee break
4:30 p.m. OpenSCENARIO User Meeting - Part 2
Questions and discussion of the OpenSCENARIO format status 25'
User Examples 25'
Interaction with PEGASUS 10'
Tools and examples 20'
Organizational issues 10'
5:30 p.m. End of the user meeting
June 30, 2016
8:00 a.m. Arrival of the guests, welcoming them over a cup of coffee and visit the exhibition
9:00 a.m. Introduction to the symposium
9:10 a.m. KEYNOTE
Virtual Validation – the OEM’s Perspective
Dr. Jochen Schaffnit | Adam Opel AG
Simulation as ingredient for validation during development process of highly automated driving functions
Dr. Klaus Krumbiegel | IAV GmbH
rFpro & The Future Of Virtual Environment Simulation
Matt Daley | rFactor Pro
Fast forward presentation exhibitors
11:00 a.m. Coffe break and visit of the exhibition
Safer development of modern assistance systems using innovative driving simulators
Volkhard Schill | VI-grade
The newest Driving Simulator at Porsche
Ingo Krems | Dr.-Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Virtual Reality as an Efficient Tool in the Development Process of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Ingolf Rehfeld | nVIZ GmbH
13:00 p.m. Lunch break and visit of the exhibition
From road into … validation by means of Simulation and Holistic Virtual Integration
Christian Medrow | ESI Software GmbH, Elke Ahmels | ESI GmbH
Precise OpenDrive Data as Basis for sophisticated Simulation Applications in Real-World Environments
Dr. Gunnar Gräfe | 3D Mapping Solutions GmbH
3:15 p.m. Coffe break and visit of the exhibition
On the road to automated driving
Günther Hasna | OPTIS GmbH
Development of a traffic jam assistant with state of the art technologies
Simon Kontar | Technische Universität Berlin
4:45 p.m. Closing remarks
4:55 p.m. End of the symposium
Event language is English.
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AUTOMOTIVE SIMULATION CENTER STUTTGART e.V.
Ms. Natalia Schuchart
Nobelstraße 15 | 70569 Stuttgart | Germany
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