To bring automated or autonomous vehicles onto the road, purely physical tests are not feasible (-> "release trap"). Therefore simulations become an essential tool during the development and validation of such vehicles. Due to the heterogeneous group of users and their different goals, a variety of requirements arise for such a simulation platform. In order to achieve comparability between different vehicle concepts and variants, a generic platform is needed that can meet all these requirements.
The goal of the project is to develop simulation-based methods and tools for the development and validation of automated and autonomous driving functions.
Christian Neurohr, Lukas Westhofen, Tabea Henning, Thies de Graaff, Eike Möhlmann, Eckard Böde; 2020 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV); 0Oktober / 2020