Webinar alert: Bridging real-world driving data with virtual simulation

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Readers of ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle International are invited to join a ‘Bridging Real-World Driving Data with Virtual Simulation‘ webinar, hosted by Foretellix, a leader in the safety verification of driver assistance and autonomous systems, on June 28 at 08.00am PST (11.00am EST/5.00pm CEST). The webinar will provide participants with a practical guide to using and applying scenario-based drive log analysis. Speakers include Foretellix’s Sharon Rosenberg, solution architect & chief methodologist; and Yaron Kashai, a fellow at Foretellix.

In particular, the webinar will explore the untapped potential of drive log data and its transformative impact on ADAS and AV projects. It will also address key challenges faced by current drive log data collection and management solutions, including: Measuring coverage of operational design domain (ODD) and identifying observed scenarios; efficiently sifting through vast amounts of data to pinpoint failures and safety concerns; deriving insights through context analysis, pattern identification and root cause inference; leveraging intelligent scenario variations and optimization methods using SIL; and guiding iterative testing with real-world probabilities and relevant data. 

This webinar is specially designed for development managers, test engineers, and validation managers aspiring to elevate their current workflows. Anyone interested in the significant benefits of OSC2 and abstraction for real-world validation is encouraged to take part.

To join the interactive session and unlock the untapped potential of your drive log data and revolutionize your ADAS and AV projects, please click here.

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