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HARMONISED EUROPEAN SOLUTIONS FOR TESTING AUTOMATED ROAD TRANSPORT

Deliverables

Website

The website of the project up and running. Linked T6.2

Dissemination material: Second year

Updated version of the dissemination material to include relevants updates according to the project progressLinked T62

Dissemination material: First year

Initial version of the dissemination material including rollup banners leaflets giveaways folders etcLinked T62

Video with the results of the assessment of HEADSTART and an overview of the demonstrations

Presentation of the assessemt results of HEADSTART and video about the demonstrations carried outLinked T43

Evaluation results of application and demonstration

Report with an evaluation of the test method regarding scalability robustness reproducibility and suitability for assessment of functions based on different Key Enabling TechnologiesLinked T42

Extension of the common methodology for the HEADSTART KETs

This deliverable is aimed at identifying the criteria to be used to select the most significant scenarios each KET must be tested against to be implemented in CAD vehicles, together with the tests required to verify their compliance. Linked to T2.3

State of innovation of existing initiatives and gap analysis

The deliverable provides a comprehensive overview of ongoing projects and initiatives It summarises the methodological approach and identifies white spots overlaps and harmonised aspects of validation and testing methodology for CADLinked T11

Dissemination and Communication strategy: review

Update of the dissemination and communication strategy taking advantage of newer opportunities and initial assessment of the effectiveness of the HEADSTART channels to reach specific target audiencesLinked T61

Assessment method for each of the use cases defined

Report with the extensions to the basic testing procedure (described in D2.1). Extensions in procedures are expected for assessment of multiple vehicles in a system of systems, communication technology for localization and V2X. Also technology specific test cases will be given in D2.3. Linked T2.4

Report on efforts towards standardisation

Report on the efforts to approach standardisation bodies to the HEADSTART results and promote the project outcomes and findingsLinked T63

Functional requirements of selected use cases

The deliverable contains the description of the use cases selected in task 1.4. The deliverable also describes the functional requirements for the selected cases, taking into account different types of AD functions, as well as environmental aspects such as road conditions and country specific issues. Linked T1.4

HEADSTART networking mid-term report

Mid term overview of the status of the activities related to the creation of the network of experts and working groups setup and related activities including workshops for stakeholder consultation consensus building and expert awareness raising carried out within Task 51 and Task 52Linked T51 and T52

HEADSTART networking report

Overview of the creation and management process of the network of experts and analysis of working groups setup and related activities including position consultation consensus building and expert awareness raising items carried out within Task 51 and Task 52Linked T51 and T52

Stakeholders and user group needs

Description of the stakeholders and user groups needs on methodologies, procedures, tools and standards. Linked T1.2

Technical and functional requirements for KETs

This deliverable contains the collected requirements for the relevant KETs such as V2X communication security positioning The requirements will be collected from relevant stakeholders and from the basis of the work to be done in WP2Linked T13

Harmonisation proposals of test results

Definition of ways of harmonisation of test results to be used by the target user groups and stakeholders for standardisation and certificationLinked T34

Dissemination and Communication strategy

Definition of the overall strategy and plan for communication and dissemination activities (initial plan). Linked T6.1

Common methodology for test, validation, certification and criteria to allocate scenarios

Description of high level common methodology for HEADSTART for CAD testing and validation Extension of this methodology for KETs Communication CyberSecurity and PositioningLinked T21 and T22

Dissemination and Communication strategy: beyond HEADSTART

A detailed report of all HEADSTART performed communication and dissemination activities will be delivered presenting their overall impactLinked T61 and T63

Toolchain for mixed validation - integration of simulation and physical testing

Specifcation of a toolchains representative for testing validation and certification of CADfunctios usergroup specific Coupling of relevant tools to a usable toolchain for the final HEADSTART procedure Development of a use case specific tool ie it can be used to executedemonstrate an actual test case in one of the use cases within the toolchain for testing cyersecurityLinked T32

Guideline of a comprehensive validation and certification procedure to ensure safe CAD systems

Guideline of a comprehensive validation and certification procedure to ensure safe CAD systems which includes harmonization of methodologies and procedures defined in previous WP. Definition and description of a final HEADSTART procedure for testing, validation and certification. Catalouge developed tools for mapping them to the defined procedure. Linked T3.1

Data Management Plan

It includes the planning of the data management activities for the pool of data that will be collected within the project. The document will outline how the research data collected or generated will be handled during and after a research project. Linked to T7.5

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Publications

Technical and functional requirements for V2X communication, positioningand cyber-security in the HEADSTART project

Author(s): Martin Skoglund; Anders Thorsén; Alvaro Arrue; Jean-Baptiste Coget; Mohamed-Cherif Rahal; Camille Plestan
Published in: 2021
Publisher: ITS World Congress

Common Methodology for Data-Driven Scenario-Based Safety Assurance in the HEADSTART Project

Author(s): Weißensteiner, Patrick; Coget, Jean-Baptiste; Eckstein, Lutz; Bracquemond, Annie
Published in: 2020
Publisher: Zenodo
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5358057

Concept framework for the safety assessment of platooning trucks enabled by V2V communication

Author(s): Camp, Olaf Op den; van de Sluis, Jacco
Published in: 1, 2020
Publisher: Zenodo
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5040361

Human Interaction Safety Analysis Method for Agreements with Connected Automated Vehicles

Author(s): Fredrik Warg; Martin Skoglund; Matthew Sassman
Published in: 2021
Publisher: IEEE
DOI: 10.1109/vtc2021-fall52928.2021.9625202

The role of policy labs for introducing autonomous vehicles.

Author(s): Burden,Håkan; Sobiech, Cilli; Andersson, Kristina; Skoglund, Martin; Stenberg, Susanne
Published in: 2021
Publisher: ITS World Congress
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5948927

Design and Implementation of an Ontology for Semantic Labeling and Testing: Automotive Global Ontology (AGO)

Author(s): Itziar Urbieta; Marcos Nieto; Mikel García and Oihana Otaegui
Published in: Appl. Sci., 2021, ISSN 2076-3417
Publisher: Applied Sciences
DOI: 10.3390/app11177782

Describing I2V Communication in Scenarios for Simulation-Based Safety Assessment of Truck Platooning.

Author(s): Jacco van de Sluis; Olaf Op den Camp; Jeroen Broos; Ihsan Yalcinkaya; and Erwin de Gelder
Published in: Electronics, 2021, ISSN 2079-9292
Publisher: Electronics
DOI: 10.3390/electronics10192362