Driving behavior of vehicles in autonomous mode will be strongly regulated by local authorities.
- Apparent society movements
- Optimize traffic flow and density
- Optimize emissions
Homologation and local authorities will therefore define a standardized and transparent certification process. Consequently, the data basis for certification will not be differentiating.
- Collaborate on certification
- Compete on implementation
Hence development processes and artefacts are non-differentiating as well and can therefore be standardized in order to gain quality and efficiency effects. The presentation will show
- Where AUTOSAR contributions to the ADAS Development Cycle
- Where collaborations with partners are complementing AUTOSAR adaptive achievements and
- Where a collaboration between AUTOSAR and other partners paves the way to share driving scenarios between development partners?