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OpenCRG Models From Different Data Sources to Support Vehicle Simulations

Tamas Lovas, Tamas Ormandi, Arpad Jozsef Somogyi, Daniel Baranyai, Viktor Tihanyi, Tamas Tettamanti
2022 IEEE Access  
CRG models were created from all datasets, and their applicability was investigated to support vehicle simulations with high accuracy demand.  ...  Pavement errors and differences from designed geometry can be detected and assessed using such datasets, while OpenCRG models derived from point clouds support transportation applications.  ...  Vehicle engineers require high density and accurate surface models to support vehicle dynamics simulations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3168287 fatcat:5vuw4wsjw5gy3pygmtny5l45da


A. Barsi, A. Csepinszky, N. Krausz, H. Neuberger, V. Poto, V. Tihanyi
2019 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
Accordingly, the paper has a focus on the use of mobile laser scanning data in supporting automotive simulators.  ...  The 3D laser point clouds could easily be transformed into voxel models, then these models can be projected onto two vertical roadside grids (ribbons), which are practically an extension to the OpenCRG  ...  The authors are grateful to Leica Geosystems Hungary and Tamas Safar for the contributions in the Leica Pegasus mobile mapping tasks.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlii-2-w16-41-2019 fatcat:bkpqheujgfem7f6medtsqxknhi


B. Schwab, T. H. Kolbe
2019 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
HD maps are tailored towards supporting the operation of an automated vehicle.  ...  However, the development of this technology also requires road space models, but with a completely different focus and level of detail.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) through the Automated and Connected Driving funding program under funding code 16AVF2145A  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprs-annals-iv-4-w8-99-2019 fatcat:uw3urssspff5dboh5owuf4ibwu

Traffic Scenarios for Automated Vehicle Testing: A Review of Description Languages and Systems

Jing Ma, Xiaobo Che, Yanqiang Li, Edmund M-K Lai
2021 Machines  
Testing and validation of the functionalities and safety of automated vehicles shifted from a distance-based to a scenario-based method in the past decade.  ...  A number of domain-specific languages and systems were developed to support scenario-based testing.  ...  Acknowledgments: Xiaobo Che acknowledges support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 52072214).  ... 
doi:10.3390/machines9120342 fatcat:nvh67setiffflkfqaimnoeflt4

Estimating Vehicle Suspension Characteristics for Digital Twin Creation with Genetic Algorithm

Tamás Ormándi, Balázs Varga, Tamás Tettamanti
2021 Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering  
Recreating them precisely in a virtual ecosystem requires many parameters of real vehicles to follow their properties in a simulation.  ...  Results show satisfying accuracy when tested with OpenCRG.  ...  Supported by the ÚNKP-20-3 New National Excellence Program of the Ministry for Innovation and Technology from the source of the National Research, Development and Innovation fund.  ... 
doi:10.3311/pptr.18576 fatcat:lbbkfcfsrndpdiv4loamyt2dpa

Geospatial Data Manipulation Supporting the Implementation of Driving Simulation Environments

Ferenc Speiser, Krisztián Enisz, Dénes Fodor
2020 Hungarian Journal of Industry and Chemistry  
A lot of highly detailed geospatial information (obtained by mobile mapping and spatial data processing) is available that can be used to describe the exact road parameters for simulation and modeling.  ...  This paper describes a method for gathering and converting road-network information from OpenStreetMap to OpenDRIVE data format.  ...  Acknowledgements The research was supported by EFOP-3.6.2-16-2017-00002 "Research of Autonomous Vehicle Systems related to ZalaZone autonome proving ground".  ... 
doi:10.33927/hjic-2020-17 fatcat:2ck2zyokuvfvzdkklc6gad7jui

Virtual Proving Ground Testing: Deploying Dymola and Modelica to recreate Full Vehicle Proving Ground Testing Procedures

Theodor Ensbury, David Briant, Mike Dempsey
2019 Proceedings Name  
Key new features added to the VeSyMA suite to enable this are presented, namely: a new method of defining the proving ground road model using GPS and body accelerometer data, a new driver model capable  ...  Virtual testing of vehicles offers a much more flexible, efficient solution to testing new vehicles, whilst also providing a more consistent and easier to mange testing environment.  ...  There are two main ways to do this: implement a standardised friction grade or define a specific roughness table, with data generated from another source.  ... 
doi:10.3384/ecp19157725 dblp:conf/modelica/EnsburyBD19 fatcat:2pf5u35mynfynnbdm5ygfedaua

Co-simulation Platform for Developing InfoRich Energy-Efficient Connected and Automated Vehicles [article]

Shunsuke Aoki, Lung En Jan, Junfeng Zhao, Anand Bhat, Ragunathan Rajkumar, Chen-Fang Chang
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Overall, the simulation platform provides a realistic vehicle model, powertrain model, sensor model, traffic model, and road-network model to enable the evaluation of the energy efficiency of eco-autonomous  ...  Also, we utilize synthetic drive cycles derived from real-world driving data to test the strategies under realistic driving scenarios.  ...  The authors would like to thank Jeff Gonder and Michael O'Keefe at National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) for providing real world driving data and analysis.  ... 
arXiv:2004.07980v1 fatcat:fsbabvq2u5ga7ggxx2xr5h3ney

Ride comfort assessment for automated vehicles utilizing a road surface model and Monte Carlo simulations

Alexander Genser, Roland Spielhofer, Philippe Nitsche, Anastasios Kouvelas
2021 Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering  
The methodology developed encompasses a high-precision road surface model and uses Monte Carlo simulations to compile accurate and representative virtual chassis acceleration data.  ...  The growing number of automated vehicles (AVs) necessitates good ride comfort for passengers.  ...  Results are compiled for nine different vehicles from different categories (from a small family car to SUV, up to a cargo van).  ... 
doi:10.1111/mice.12787 fatcat:eurpf7x345ecnmjjgtwzh54pju

The Role of Maps in Autonomous Driving Simulations

Árpád Barsi, András Csepinszky, János Máté Lógó, Nikol Krausz, Vivien Potó
2020 Periodica Polytechnica Transportation Engineering  
The autonomous simulations will be supported by high-quality map information, which generates interest in the best field data-capturing techniques.  ...  Some examples are presented to demonstrate the usage of the relevant map-making outputs in automotive simulators.  ...  Acknowledgement The research reported in this paper was supported by the Higher Education Excellence Program in the frame of Artificial Intelligence research area of Budapest  ... 
doi:10.3311/pptr.15852 fatcat:ovxb226z5zdhrbc3klfh2le6hu

Spatio-Semantic Road Space Modeling for Vehicle–Pedestrian Simulation to Test Automated Driving Systems

Benedikt Schwab, Christof Beil, Thomas H. Kolbe
2020 Sustainability  
Since these simulators have different requirements and support various formats, a concept for integrated spatio-semantic road space modeling is proposed in this paper.  ...  As a result, existing HD maps can now be used by model processing tools, enabling their transformation to the target formats of the respective simulators.  ...  Here, CityGML building models in LoD3 could be used from other data sources, since OpenDRIVE does not support the modeling of doors, for instance.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12093799 fatcat:vzzkub6d5vegzbazycf5jlzcda

Virtual Testing of Automated Driving Systems. A Survey on Validation Methods

Riccardo Dona, Biagio Ciuffo
2022 IEEE Access  
The ultimate goal is to establish how effectively simulation can play the role of a "virtual proving ground" for ADS certification independently from any specific ADS implementation/effectiveness.  ...  In addition, we found that modeling and validating virtual sensors for ADS is the most lacking area from a subsystem-level approach.  ...  Siddartha Khastgir, Espedito Rusciano, and all the experts participating to the VMAD SG2 working group on Virtual Testing and Simulation for the insightful discussions had on the subject.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3153722 fatcat:c4fzw5t6kzgohpvfsmvgldwkzu

Literature Review to Collect Conceptual Variables of Scenario Methods for Establishing a Conceptual Scenario Framework [article]

Young-Min Baek
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The results showed that our conceptual model and its constituent scenario variables adequately support the understanding of a scenario method and provide a means for comparative analysis between different  ...  Over recent decades, scenarios and scenario-based software/system engineering have been actively employed as essential tools to handle intricate problems, validate requirements, and support stakeholders  ...  In particular, for co-simulation where multiple components (or subsystems) are modeled and simulated in distributed environment, the process to improve scenarios based on the feedback from testing/simulation  ... 
arXiv:2205.08290v1 fatcat:vq5tl43dqffxro75gm2dhven5u

Virtual Validation of an Automated Lane-Keeping System with an Extended Operational Design Domain

Patrick Weissensteiner, Georg Stettinger, Johannes Rumetshofer, Daniel Watzenig
2021 Electronics  
The resulting difference between both operational design domains is the occurrence of lateral manoeuvres, leading to greater demands of the fidelity of the vehicle dynamics model.  ...  The simulation results support the initial assumption that by extending the operation domain, the requirements for all subsystems are subject to adaption.  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support within the COMET K2 Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies from the Austrian Federal Ministry for Climate Action (BMK),  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics11010072 fatcat:3uuertrjhncxhii2van5wac7oq

Towards Identifying and closing Gaps in Assurance of autonomous Road vehicleS – a collection of Technical Notes Part 2 [article]

Robin Bloomfield , Philippa Ryan, Makoto Takeyama, Yoshinori Tsutake Kanagawa University,
2020 arXiv   pre-print
These notes aim to support the development and evaluation of autonomous vehicles.  ...  This report is Part 2 and discusses: Simulation and Dynamic Testing, Defence in Depth and Diversity, Security-Informed Safety Analysis, Standards and Guidelines.  ...  Adelard acknowledges the additional support of the UK Department for Transport.  ... 
arXiv:2003.00790v1 fatcat:hi3tzydtcfeqngexomd6zqjtqm
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