What’s new in AV verification: Stuttgart report part two

Summary: This is part two of my report about what I saw at the Stuttgart 2017 Autonomous Vehicles test & development symposium. It covers frameworks, simulators, scenario definitions and extracting scenarios from recordings. As I promised in part one, here is the rest of my trip report from that yearly symposium. It will cover the … More What’s new in AV verification: Stuttgart report part two

What’s new in AV verification: Report from the Stuttgart symposium

Summary: This is part one of my report about what I saw at the Stuttgart 2017 Autonomous Vehicles test & development symposium last week. This yearly symposium seems to be a pretty good place to get the feeling of what’s going on in AV verification (at least in Europe): There are several AV-related conferences, but … More What’s new in AV verification: Report from the Stuttgart symposium

Finding bugs in autonomous vehicles: My impressions from the second Stuttgart symposium

Summary: This trip report describes my impressions from the Second Autonomous Vehicles Test & Design Symposium in Stuttgart. Short version: The design side is moving fast. The verification side has improved, but has a long way to go. Note: In my last post I talked about what automation will do to this planet over the … More Finding bugs in autonomous vehicles: My impressions from the second Stuttgart symposium

HVC’2015 trip report

I attended HVC’2015 last week. Here is a partial, very subjective trip report. HVC’2015 was good. I attended the tutorial day and the first two conference days, though I was absent from most of the hard-core formal-verification sessions. Here are the main things I learned: The Bristol folks Kerstin Eder, Dejanira Araiza-Illan and David Western … More HVC’2015 trip report

My impressions from the Stuttgart Autonomous Vehicles Test & Development symposium

I travelled to Stuttgart to attend this first-of-a-kind conference. It was interesting for me, because (in Foretellix) I am trying to investigate how dynamic, constrained-random, coverage-driven verification (call it “CDV” – the bread-and-butter of hardware verification) can be extended for verifying complex socio-technical systems. This long(ish) post summarizes my impressions. I did not know much … More My impressions from the Stuttgart Autonomous Vehicles Test & Development symposium