For the first time, the Autonomous Vehicle Test & Development Symposium will feature a lunchtime workshop to give delegates a more detailed understanding of how to analyze driving scenarios.
The 70-minute session, which is titled, ‘SOTIF-Based Scenario Hazard Analysis, Parameterization and Population Specification’, will be led by experts from MSC software and is free to attend for conference delegates. Aside from being an excellent extension of the regular symposium program, it also offers the opportunity to network with others in the same field.
The speakers will introduce a probabilistic approach for scenario-based analysis where the operational design domain (ODD) is represented by populations of scenarios. Through systematic analysis, the difference in performance between automated and human drivers can then be quantified.
In small groups, participants will review common AV pre-crash scenarios from NHTSA, as well as the related exposure and coverage data, dynamic driving tasks (DDT), scene and situation specification, and possible hazardous events and related object event decision response (OEDR).
These analyses then allow scenario parameters to be defined for assembling detailed logical scenarios, anticipated boundary values, and clarifies how to derive the critical states to validate and build trust. Participants will gain understanding into the challenges associated with consistent scenario-based validation and how to manage these complexities.
To reserve a place, register your interest when booking a delegate pass.