SAKURA related presentation at the 2021 ITS World Congress in Hamburg, Germany
JAMA "Automated Driving Safety Evaluation Framework Ver. 1.0 -Guidelines for Safety Evaluation of Automated Driving Technology-"
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With recent CASE progresses, the widespread use of automated driving is expected to resolve social issues such as carbon neutrality and road traffic safety.
Meanwhile, in SAE level 3 and above automated driving, the safety and evaluation method differs from previous approaches because the system operates the vehicle instead of the driver.
Here, the SAKURA Project collects evidence for safety arguments by gathering and analyzing various data and collaborating with other countries to create new safety evaluation methods.
Also, developing a database for safety assessment/test scenarios (Highway & Urban)and studying their practical application through all-Japan industry-government-academia collaboration while contributing to accelerating the development of automated driving technology within Japan.
In the SAKURA project, scenario analysis is carried out from traffic flow data acquisition in the flow shown in
In the SAKURA project, data is collected using the test vehicle and fixed location camera technology, shown in
the table. These data collection and analysis technologies were established through research and development
under the SAKURA project.
In this project, we have established method for extracting scenarios from trajectory data using rule-based
In the SAKURA project, we are working on the development of the Scenario Database, which is the tool that
supports the safety evaluation of autonomous driving.
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