Automated Vehicles (AV) are maturing rapidly but safety is still an open problem and we must address the challenge of AV safety together as an industry. With recent traffic incidents involving AVs under test, we believe that is important to address the safety challenges inherent in the technology and help the innovation to move forward. This workshop invites researchers, industry professionals, government officials to discuss, challenge and develop a holistic AV Safety methodology and related practices. We will host presentations around the state-of-the-art work contributing to verification, validation, testing and transparency of AV safety. Such presentations will be complemented with industry and government insights into the challenges and applicability methods to AV safety.
This workshop will take place on Sunday, September 19th co-located with the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, ITSC 2021. The workshop will take place as a virtual event.
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Associate Dean School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering at City, University of London
Vice President, Land-based systems at SAE ITC
|PDT (GTM-7)||EDT (GTM-4) (Local Conference Time)||UK (GTM+1)||Central Europe (GTM+2)|
|6:10||9:10||14:10||15:10||Mario Trapp - Fraunhofer Institute||"Towards managing Perception Uncertainty for Automated Driving"|
|6:30||9:30||14:30||15:30||Michelle Chaka - VTTI||"TBC"|
|6:50||9:50||14:50||15:50||Sahin Tas - KIT||"Safe and Convenient Decision Making at Occluded Intersections"|
|7:10||10:10||15:10||16:10||Robin Bloomfield - City University of London||"A new approach to Developing Safety-case templates for Autonomous Systems with Machine Learning"|
|7:30||10:30||15:30||16:30||Peter Popov - City University of London||"Probabilistic Models in AV safety assesment"|
|7:50||10:50||15:50||16:50||Francesca Favaris - Waymo||"Waymo Readiness Evaluation for Fully Autonomous Ride-Hailing"|
|8:10||11:10||16:10||17:10||Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner Break|
|9:00||12:00||17:00||18:00||Anthony Corso - Stanford University||"AI Safety Validation"|
|9:20||12:20||17:20||18:20||Jan Becker - Apex.AI||"Apex.OS ASIL D Certification"|
|9:40||12:40||17:40||18:40||Kevin Gay - Aurora||"Principles and Applications of Aurora's Safety Case Framework"|
|10:00||13:00||18:00||19:00||Ed Straub - SAE||"Motor Vehicle Standards and SAE Research Initiatives Overview"|
|10:20||13:20||18:20||19:20||Julia Nitsch - Ibeo||"Robust Automotive Perception in Urban Environments"|
|10:40||13:40||18:40||19:40||Daniel Asljung - Zenseact||"On Automated Vehicle Collision Risk Estimation using Threat Metrics in Subset Simulation"|
|11:20||14:20||19:20||20:20||End of Session|