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Workshop: Holistic Technical Perspectives on Safety of Automated Driving Systems – Methods for Provision of Evidence
June 15, 2022, 15:30 – 17:00
This interactive workshop takes place in conjunction with a Guest Seminar (10-11 Engineering Resilience for Cognitive Systems) and a half-time PhD seminar and discussion (13-15 Efficient Strategies for Safety Assurance of Automated Driving). If you are interested in joining for some or all of this Resilience Meets Assurance day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register, stating which session(s) and whether you would like to join in real life (KTH Campus) or via Zoom. (Members can accept the Outlook invitations.) ABSTRACT: In recent years, the lack of sufficient evidence to support the safety claims of Automated Driving Systems (ADSs) has become evident, and we have yet to see large scale deployment on public roads, despite the promises made by several high profile auto-makers. Contrary to previous generations of automotive systems, common design, development, verification and validation methods for safety critical systems no longer suffice to cope with the increased complexity and uncertainty of an ADS. Further, there is a lack of understanding of how these common methods, individually or in combination, contribute, or fail to contribute, to provide evidence for the safety claims of the ADS. The workshop will summarise findings from a state-of-the-art survey and accompanied identified research gaps. Workshop participants will, in an interactive format, be engaged in discussions to validate these findings as well as discuss promising directions forward. AGENDA:
~ Presentation of identified research gaps and delimitations
~ Group discussion:
* Do you agree with the presented gaps; What is missing?
* Presentation of collected/summarised gap
* Group discussion (self-allocation to the different gaps):
– How to address the gap?
* Key considerations and obstacles? Promising directions, tools and approaches