Delegates at this year’s ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo Conference in Stuttgart can book a place at an exclusive lunchtime workshop presented by Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, providing hands-on operational design domain (ODD) specification and evaluation advice.
Taking place from 1:00pm to 2:00pm on Tuesday, June 13, the workshop will be led by Dr Andreas Richter (pictured), engineering program manager of operational design domains, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, who is also presenting a paper titled ‘Operational design domain between the poles of development, approval and operations’ at the conference (rates apply) on the same day. Read an exclusive interview with Dr Richter, here.
During the lunchtime workshop, Andreas and a supporting team of experts from AVL, dSpace, Fraunhofer and Robert Bosch will advise attendees on how to specify the ODD in a machine-readable and human-interpretable fashion. Delegates will learn how to apply state-of-the-art methods compliant with ISO 34503 and consistent with ASAM OpenODD, and how to modularize the specification to enable a single joint specification to be assembled from components provided by numerous teams and experts. By the end of the workshop, attendees will understand which use cases and data are required to support ODD evaluation, including discussion of the various technologies and data sources involved, and how to quantify coverage and determine the impact of specific capabilities on that coverage via ODD comparison methods.
All delegates are welcome to attend and listen to the workshop content, but only 48 participants can join in with the practical exercise, with spaces allocated on a first-come first-served basis, booked via the delegate registration form.