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Malte Mauritz, Falk Howar, Andreas Rausch

From Simulation to Operation: Using Design Time Artifacts to Ensure the Safety of Advanced Driving Assistance Systems at Runtime

IPSSE-DADAS-2015

Advanced driver assistance systems and (semi-)autonomous
mobility systems will arguably be the biggest disruption of our every-
day life in the next couple of years. The development of such systems
comes with legal and technical challenges: Product liability regulations
impose high standards on manufacturers regarding the safe operation of
advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). In the Automotive domain,
sucient safety has yet to be proven through extensive and expensive
testing. As a consequence, car manufacturers try to move testing e ort
from the road to simulation. It is not clear, however, how results ob-
tained from simulations transfer to the road. In this paper, we present
an approach for leveraging simulation results during road tests. Our ap-
proach utilizes runtime monitors that are generated from speci cations,
test scenarios, and simulated components. These monitors can be used
during road tests and during operation for identifying untested situations
and for checking functional correctness of an ADAS.

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International Workshop on Modeling in Automotive Software Engineering 2015

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2015

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