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16.08.2022

Invitation to the Final Presentation

The SET Level project develops procedures and toolchains for simulation-based development and testing of automated driving. Different ways of analysis, virtualized verification/validation and simulation procedures developed in SET Level contribute to the subsequent release and approval procedures. As a result, the project provides an important foundation for future Simulation as a Service approaches.

SET Level is a joint project involving 19 partners from industry and research. The large-scale project is part of the PEGASUS project family and is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK).

Meet the experts - in exciting talks and a virtual exhibition, SET Level experts will showcase the project results in research and development. You can find an overview of all presentations and booths in the agenda below.

We hereby invite you to a virtual event, which will be streamed live on October 11th and 12th from the BMW FIZ Forum in Munich. You will have the opportunity to watch livestreams of all talks and to visit a virtual exhibition online.

Start    October 11th, 2022, 1 p.m. CEST
End       October 12th, 2022, 1 p.m. CEST
Venue   SET Level Website

The event is free of charge. Please follow this link for registration.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Florian Plötzwich at the SET Level project office at contact@setlevel.de. We look forward to your registration and an exciting event.

Agenda

Day 1 (Tuesday, 11.10.2022)

Time

Topic

Speaker

13:00 – 13:30

Welcome and Introduction

Stefan Rude, Frank Köster, representative from the BMWK

Session 1: Use Cases for Simulation

13:30 – 14:00

Simulation-based Engineering Tasks for Automated Driving

Frank Köster

14:00– 14:30

Tool Chains for Simulation of Automated Driving

Stefan Rude

14:30 – 15:00

Simulation Use Cases in SET Level

Arun Das

15:00 – 15:30

Break

Session 2: The Fundamentals of Solutions

15:30 – 16:00

Modular and Flexible Architecture for V&V of Automated Driving

Martin Fischer

16:00 – 16:30

Industrial Standards for Development of Automated Driving

Pierre Mai

16:30 – 17:00

Test and Analysis Task Description

Ludwig Friedmann, Markus Deppe

17:00 – 18:00

Additional time reserved for discussions with experts at exibition booths

Day 2 (Wednesday, 12.10.2022)

Time

Topic

Speaker

08:15 – 08:30

Welcome, Summary of day one

Frank Köster, Stefan Rude

Session 3: Process Framework and Tool Support

08:30 – 09:00

Credible Simulation Process Framework

Hans-Martin Heinkel

09:00 – 09:30

Traceability and Collaboration

Anna Wagner

09:30 – 10:00

Application of SET Level results in the VVMethods Project

Roland Galbas, Christian Neurohr, Philipp Rosenberger

10:00 – 10:30

Break

Session 4: Methods and Outcome

10:30 – 11:00

Effective Scenario Definition for Diverse Applications of Simulation

Andreas Pütz, Stefan Berger

11:00 – 11:30

Simulation Credibility Layers – Toward a Holistic Assessment

Nico Weber, Philipp Rosenberger

11:30 – 12:00

Methods for Parameter Space Exploration

Hardi Hungar

12:00 – 12:45

Final Discussion

Frank Köster and invited experts

Virtual Exhibition Booths

ID    

Title                                                                                                  

B1-1

Reference Scenario Collection                               

B1-2

Goals and Usages of Simulation

B1-3

Fault Handling Test of HAD at the Example of a Specific Component Failure

B1-4

Integrative Simulation Architecture

Simulation Platform Architecture

B1-5

Concept: Formal Test & Analysis Specifications using Ontologies

B1-6

Methods for Exploring Scenario Spaces

B1-7

Open Source Model Library: HADf chain

Open Source Model Library: Sensor Models

Open Source Model Library: Vehicle Dynamics and Actuators Models

Open Source Model Library: Agent Models

B1-8

It‘s all about Trust – Simulation Credibility

B1-9

Credible Simulation Process and Collaboration

Collaboration and Traceabilty Demonstrator

B2-1

SUC 1 – Closed-Loop Traffic Simulation for Criticality Analysis: Left Turn on Complex Crossing under Stochastic Variation

SUC 1 – Closed-Loop Traffic Simulation for Criticality Analysis: Methodology, Scenario and Map

SUC 1 – Closed-Loop Traffic Simulation for Criticality Analysis: Architecture, Standards and Model Integration

SUC 1 – Closed-Loop Traffic Simulation for Criticality Analysis: Simulation Execution and Evaluation

B2-2

SUC 2 – Closed-Loop System Simulation for Integration Test and Validation: Framework for Model Compatibility Testing

SUC 2 – Closed-Loop System Simulation for Integration Test and Validation: Model Integration on CarMaker Platform

SUC 2 – Closed-Loop System Simulation for Integration Test and Validation: Test of MAN Motion Planner in the Cloud with SIMPHERA

B2-3

SUC 3 – Open-Loop Sensor Simulation for Component Test: Camera-based Tracking

SUC 3 – Open-Loop Sensor Simulation for Component Test: Lidar-based Tracking

SUC 3 – Open-Loop Sensor Simulation for Component Test: Radar-based Tracking