CAD Webinar Series (X): Designing, testing, verifying and validating: Using FOT/NDS data for improving AVs
Automation is of great research interest at the moment and becomes more relevant every day. The topic attracts researchers, OEMs, and stakeholders equally, as it is not only promising increased safety, convenience, efficiency, and sustainability, but also opening up a new market. The integration of such systems into everyday traffic requires thorough validation and testing, but also appealing and efficient design. Both can be obtained by taking research into the real world and learn directly from where the traffic happens. Different methods, such as Naturalistic Driving Studies (NDS), Field Operational Tests (FOT) and Field Observations (FO), cover different areas completing the picture.
This tenth CAD webinar took place on 9 July 2018 and provided a glimpse on state-of-the-art research in these methods as crucial tools for improving vehicle automation.
The virtual event addressed stakeholders and experts from the external public interested in the field of automated connected driving, as well as CAD partners and will have the participation of Jan Sauerbier from IKA Aachen, Peter Wagner from DLR and Villy Portouli from ICCS.
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Presentations are available in the CAD library
|12.00-12.05:||Introduction (Fabian Utesch, DLR)|
|12.05-12.22:||Usage of FOT/NDS data as a reference for verification & validation methods (Jan Sauerbier, IKA Aachen)
|12.22-12.39:||Optimization of driver and vehicle models based on NDS/FOT data for simulation models (Peter Wagner, DLR)
|12.39-12.56:||Field observations of driver-driver co-existence for designing cooperative interactions (Villy Portouli, ICCS)
|12.56-13.00:||Wrapping up and end of the webinar|