EVENT | Date: 13 - 15 March 2018
As a premium quality, safety and sustainability solutions provider and backed by a century of automotive safety and testing experience, TÜV SÜD is actively involved in the development of testing methodologies, regulations, safety and security functions for connected and autonomous vehicles.
To facilitate the development of automated driving technologies, TÜV SÜD provides efficient solutions for safety and security assessments. This includes functional safety testing, virtual and field testing as well as the development of new and reliable methods and standards for cyber security to ensure road safety and data privacy.
An international team of multidisciplinary experts are addressing various challenges while working together with an international network of partnering companies, universities, regulatory and standardisation bodies, as well as research institutes.
Therefore, TÜV SÜD is sponsoring the Automotive Testing Expo in Korea to further contribute to innovative mobility topics globally.
The Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2018 is the most targeted gathering of automotive test and evaluation executives anywhere in Korea. Visitors to Automotive Testing Expo Korea 2018 will be able to see the very latest test technologies and services that are being used in the full automotive production process.
The conference which takes place during all three days of exhibitions is dealing with innovative and future topics of mobility like virtual simulations, new electronics, autonomous driving and much more. Each day is addressing a specific topic:
- DAY 1: Automotive test & validation techniques
- DAY 2: Autonomous vehicle and ADAS testing
- DAY 3: Best practices for testing automotive products
Event location: Seoul, Korea
Venue: KINTEX, Seoul, Korea
At the conference
Dr. Houssem Abdellatif, Global Head Autonomous Driving & ADAS
Date: DAY 2, 14 March 2018
Time: 2:45 pm
Topic: Scenario-based testing for approval of highly automated driving systems
Abstract: Although the technology of automated driving (AD) is quite advanced, the regulatory side still lacks necessary specifications. The question about how to type approve or homologate an AD system is still open. In this presentation we propose a framework for such tasks by enhancing and extending classic approval, e.g. for brakes and steering systems by the next level regarding the decision taking. It is necessary to verify if an autonomous vehicle can take the right decisions while driving. For this purpose, a scenario-based approach is demonstrated for real vehicle testing as well as by using simulation.