The Symposium Driving Simulation will be held on 13 / 14 November 2018 for the fourth time. The event discusses the future challenges in the field of virtual development, testing and validation of systems for automated vehicles. The current state of reserach and technologies of driving simulation and VR will be shown. The topical key points will focus on interactive human-in-the-loop simulations, 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 live demonstration of the driving simulator of the Fraunhofer ITWM. The symposium offers an excellent platform for exchanges between driving simulation experts from the fields of science, IT, or the industry.
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 4th 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.
13 / 14 November 2018
€290.- for members of asc(s and / or VDC Fellbach
€ 99.- employees of academic institutions / students
free for journalists and representatives of the press
13 November 2018
OpenSCENARIO® is an open file format for the description of dynamic contents in driving simulationapplications. The project is still in its early stage and will be transferred to ASAM soon. The core team around OpenSCENARIO® has decided to transfer the standard to ASAM in order to ensure an independent further development and long-lasting maintenance of the standard.
ASAM will give attendees the opportunity to share your experience with OpenSCENARIO®, to present your ideas for further development of the standard and to identify specific topics to start activities within ASAM.
We invite all experts in the area of simulation to take part. An ASAM membership is not required to attend this workshop.
For more information and registration please visit the ASAM website.
13 November 2018
5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Welcome Reception in the Exhibition Hall
14 November 2018
Arrival of the guests, welcoming them over a cup of coffee and visit the exhibition
The Role of Human-in-the-loop Simulation for the Development of Advanced Operator Assistant Systems on Heavy Mobile Equipment
Martin Frank | Volvo Construction Equipment Germany GmbH
Patrick Lane-Nott | MTS Systems
The Role of Individual Reactions to Driving Simulators in the Design of Simulator Studies
René Reinhard | Fraunhofer ITWM
Concepts of Digital Twins and Virtual Automotive Testbeds
Jörn Thieling | RWTH Aachen University (MMI)
Night Drive Simulation: A Tool for Dynamic and Interactive Lighting System Assessment
N.N. | FORD Werke GmbH , Optis GmbH
Dr. Gunnar Gräfe | 3D Mapping Solutions GmbH
End of the event
Deadline: 24. October 2018
You are working in the field of Driving Simulation as a technical manager, software user, researcher or software developer and like to share your work and views with the community? We invite you to contribute a presentation from your perspective.
Deadline: 31 October 2018
Become a sponsor of the 4th Symposium Driving Simulation and present yourself as an innovative company in the field of virtual driving simulation in our exhibition.
AUTOMOTIVE SIMULATION CENTER STUTTGART e.V.
Mr. Alexander F. Walser
Curiestraße 2 | 70563 Stuttgart | Germany
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