|13:00||Guided tours to simulation facilities|
All tours start and finish at the Conference location: University of Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 47, 70550 Stuttgart, Germany
Here are some information about the guided tours :
Daimler: The visit will include a slide presentation of the activities at the Daimler Simulation Center, a tour of the Control Station, the Daimler Dynamic Simulator and the Stereoscopic Fixed Base Simulator (as presented during the conference).
Optis: Optis will present real time sensor validation demonstration in physically correct simulation. The demonstration will be carried out with Optis Driving Simulator using Optis VREexperience software interfaced with SCANeRStudio.
FKFS: The visit at FKFS will give an insight into current work on automated driving and related studies using the driving simulator. The tour concludes with a demonstration of the Stuttgart Driving Simulator, the largest high performance vehicle simulator at a research institution in Europe.
You can find details on Daimler, Optis and FKFS driving simulators on the “Driving Simulators Worldwide” page of the DSA website.
–> To register for the Guided Tours, please go on the Tour Booking page.
Thursday, September 7th 2017
|Andras Kemeny, Chairman DSC
Renault, Arts et Métiers ParisTech, France
|09:15||Autonomous vehicle keynote|
|The role of simulation in development and testing of autonomous vehicules
|09:45||Talk Session A: ADAS, Autonomous & Connected Vehicles|
|09:45||Evaluating Driver Model Identifiability and Descriptiveness for Shared-Control Applications
Barendswaard, Sarah; Pool, Daan M; Abbink, David A.
|10:05||Predictive shared steering control for driver override in automated driving: a simulator study
Guo, Chunshi ;Sentouh, Chouki ; Haue, Jean-Baptiste ; Popieul, Jean-Christophe
|10:25||A Testing Framework for Predictive Driving Features with an Electronic-Horizon
|10:45||Artificial Potential Field Framework for Semi-Autonomous Car Conception
Le Gouguec, Armand; Kemeny, Andras; Merienne, Frédéric; Berthoz, Alain
|11:30||Autonomous vehicle keynote|
|Road vehicule automation: history, opportunities and challenges
|12:15||Poster Session and Exhibition|
|14:30||Talk Session B: Simulator Design & applications|
|14:30||Perception-Based Powertrain Design Using a Dynamic Driving Simulator
Baumgartner, Edwin; Ronellenfitsch, Andreas; Reuss, Hans-Christian, Schramm, Dieter
|14:50||Defining the Kinematic Requirements for a Theoretical Driving Simulator
Olivari, Mario; Pretto, Paolo; Venrooij, Joost; Bülthoff, Heinrich H.
|15:10||A newly developed 3 DOF driving simulator for longitudinal dynamics perception investigation
Erler, Philipp; Rinderknecht, Stephan
|16:00||Talk Session C: Simulator Design & applications|
|16:00||Power, Energy, and Latency Test Drives with the Wheeled Mobile Driving Simulator Prototype MORPHEUS
Wagner, Paul; Zöller, Chris; Albrecht, Torben; Winner, Hermann
|16:20||A generic Steering Wheel Torque Model using Neural Networks
Hörmann, Stefan; Comudala Simpson, Eduard; Bahram, Mohammad
|16:40||Supporting the Implementation of Driving Simulator Environments Through Established GIS Approaches by Extending the Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) with OpenDRIVE
Scholz, Michael; Orozco Idrobo, Ana María
Friday, September 8th 2017
|09:00||Talk Session A: Motion Cueing & Control|
|09:00||The Apparent Vertical Filter Concept – Effects of driving on a slope
Seehof, Carsten; Fischer, Martin; Seefried, Andreas
|09:20||An MPC based Multi-Sensory Cueing Algorithm (MSCA) for a high performance driving simulator with active seat
Bruschetta, Mattia; Cunico, Daniel; Chen, Yutao; Beghi, Alessandro; Minen, Diego
|09:40||Fast MPC based motion cueing algorithm investigation
Fang, Zhou; Tsushima, Masashi; Kitahara, Eiichi; Machida, Naoya; Wautier, Didier; Kemeny, Andras
|10:00||Objective Motion Cueing Test – Automotive
Haycock, Bruce; Advani, Sunjoo
|10:15||Rapid Tuning of the Classical Motion Cueing Algorithm
Romano, Richard; Sadraei, Ehsan; Markkula, Gustav
|11:00||Talk Session B: Virtual Reality for Driving Simulation|
|11:00||Measuring presence in driving simulation
Mestre, Daniel; Deniaud, Christophe; Vincent, Honnet
|11:20||Enhancing a Driving Simulator with a 3D-Stereo Projection System
Schmieder, Hannsjoerg; Nagel, Katja; Schoener, Hans-Peter
|11:40||Comparing Tangible and Fully Virtual Haptic Systems for HMI Studies in Driving Situation
Lassagne, Antoine; Kemeny, Andras; Posselt, Javier; Merienne, Frederic
|12:00||Autonomous vehicle deployment : new developments in simulation software and hardware
|12:20||Human factors design & validation in virtual reality for AD cockpits
|12:40||The cognitive simulation of the car driver for Autonomous Driving systems development
|13:00||Lunch – Poster Session and Exhibition|
|14:30||Talk Session C: Perception & Human Factors|
|14:30||Measuring and Modeling Driver Steering Behavior: From Compensatory Tracking to Curve Driving
van der El, Kasper; Pool, Daan Marinus; Mulder, Max
|14:50||Time-varying perceived visual-motion mismatch due to lateral specific force scaling during passive curve driving simulation
van Leeuwen, Tim Daniël; Cleij, Diane; Pool, Daan Marinus; Mulder, Max; Bülthoff, Heinrich H.
|15:40||Talk Session D: Perception & Human Factors|
|15:40||The impact of subjective simulator experiences on statistical power in the RObot based Driving and Operation Simulator (RODOS)
Reinhard, René Tapiwa; Kleer, Michael; Dreßler, Klaus
|16:00||The use of proprioceptive cues in order to enhance presence in a dynamic motorcycle riding simulator
Will, Sebastian; Hammer, Thomas; Pleß, Raphael; Guth, Sebastian
|16:20||Identifying the key factors that influence the realism of braking in a dynamic driving simulator through different levels of deceleration
Savona, Florian; Diaz, Emmanuelle; Stratulat, Anca Melania; Vars, Philippe; Honnet, Vincent; Masfrand, Stéphane; Bourdin
This preliminary program is subject to modification.