Going further in the use of digital simulation to demonstrate the safety of the particular autonomous vehicle.
The use of simulation for the demonstration of autonomous vehicle safety is an essential complement to physical validation (tests on benches, tracks and roads) in order to ensure a safe behaviour of the vehicle in the multitude of situations it faces. At the heart of the 3SA project is the study of methods and tools for the simulation of autonomous driving systems, the modeling of sensors, the provision of a scenario library, the development of a method for analyzing the results of simulations and the constitution of a methodological reference.
Launched in 2019 for a period of 4 years, the project 3SA (Simulation for the Safety of Systems in Autonomous Vehicles), which is an extension of the SVA project, aims to go further in the use of digital simulation for demonstrate the safety of the particular autonomous vehicle.
- Provide Simulation-based tools and methods, to demonstrate the safety of the autonomous vehicle;
- Study the technical problem of sensor modeling: camera, radar, lidar and navigation;
- Continue the activity of building a library of shared scenarios to sustain it;
- Provide tools and criteria for exploiting simulation test results.
|Data science and AI|
|Systems engineering and software design|
|Safety of critical systems|
- Autonomous vehicle