WHITE PAPER by Prof. Dr. Joachim G. Taiber, Founder and Managing Director International Operations IAMTS
The world of automotive transportation is moving through a systemic change driven both by digitalization and electrification which has both a significant impact on an automotive company’s capitalization and business model implementation as well as road infrastructure requirements and urban design architecture.
KATRI Technical Paper: Test Platform Assignment for Automated Driving System (ADS)
Safety argumentation for vehicles equipped with automated driving systems (ADS) must be fed not only by the release of the vehicle, but also its software and electronics. The "optimal" test strategy and composition and combination of test methods for these software-centric vehicles should be based on specific test practices and platforms. This remains a major challenge in the automated driving industry.
Assuring Regulatory Compliance of Connected and Automated Vehicles during their Operational Lifetime
Engineers of all countries are making a significant contribution to the success of automated driving in a variety of development, standardization, and testing organizations. New regulations, standards and directives for automated driving already determine for a considerable part the engineers' work, today. They must have precise knowledge of the relevant legal regulations and comply with these rules in their daily work. The white paper shows that there are several approaches for whole life vehicle-compliance tests depending on the individual responsibility of the vehicle manufacturer, the country's safety authority and the owner or operator of the vehicle.
Worldwide Comparison of Highly Automated Vehicle Testing Scenarios Using Real Road Statistics
Circulation For Comment Prior to Adoption Action. The IAMTS staff prepared this draft based on recommendations from the WG1 meetings held virtually in 2022/23. This document includes Comparison of Highly Automated Vehicle Testing Scenarios Using Real Road Statistics. This draft is in response to Project Initiation by IAMTS Technical Leadership Committee. Please provide your comments to this draft at firstname.lastname@example.org. The closing date for comments is April 1, 2023.
Automotive Cyber Security Practice Report: An Overview of Tools, Procedures, Testing Methods, and Regulations
The UNECE’s regulations R.155 and R.156 recently demand the management of cyber security risks in vehicle design and that the effectiveness of these measures is verified by testing. This mandates the introduction of automated and reproducible cybersecurity testing in automotive development processes. UNECE R.155 and its associated standard, ISO/SAE 21434, provide guidance for the implementation of a cyber security risk management system in automotive, however, there is a need for detailed implementation procedures regarding testing processes and methods in the development part of the life cycle. This report analyzes current developments in vehicular cyber security standards, regulations and recommendations, and evaluates currently used processes and tools at automotive manufacturers and suppliers.
A Comprehensive Approach for the Validation of Virtual Testing Toolchains
In this International Alliance for Mobility Testing and Standardization™ Best Practice, a comprehensive approach for validating simulation is explained. Making simulation accessible, for the validation/homologation of ADAS/AD systems, this large number of driving tasks can be handled.