A CLOSER LOOK AT A RECOMMENDED PROCESS AND TEST APPROACHES FOR THE VIRTUAL HOMOLOGATION OF AN ALKS
Proving that an automated driving risk is acceptable requires extensive investigation into the challenge of handling real-world traffic. UNECE R157 is the first regulation to formalise the idea of virtualising major parts of the validation and homologation process. This white paper discusses a recommended process for the virtual homologation of an Automated Lane Keeping System (ALKS) by following the provisions in UNECE R157, including test approaches to prove system safety.
Why download the white paper?
- Get an overview of the current version of the UNECE R157 for the virtual validation and homologation of an ALKS
- Gain insights into scenario-based test approaches
- Find out more about how to verify system safety for an ALKS and how to ensure reliability of simulation results
- Learn more about the tool chain and how to validate it
Related services: Compliance with new Automated Lane Keeping System Regulation | Homologation and Global Market Access | Autonomous Driving