The VeriCAV project has been developing solutions to improve the evaluation of Automated Driving Systems in simulation. Our final summary report outlines approaches to: building scenarios more easily, featuring richer scenarios with intelligent behaviour in other road users, and automating the process of evaluating the driving performance. This report will be of interest to anyone in the automated vehicle community who wants to evaluate automated driving performance more efficiently and requiring less time spent per test scenario.
November 2020 VeriCAV overview presentation for 6th Symposium Driving Simulation (SDS) held on 5th November 2020. The SDS event gathers international specialists from science and industry in the field of driving simulation and autonomous driving.
September 2020 Position paper setting out the challenges that the VeriCAV project is addressing and outlining project methodology. SafeComp is an annual event covering the state-of-the-art, experience and new trends in the areas of safety, security and reliability of critical computer applications