Stefan Riedmaier

Stefan Riedmaier
Technische Universität München | TUM · Institute of Automotive Technology

Doctor of Engineering

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Introduction
Simulation-Based Safeguarding and Type Approval of Automated Vehicles

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Securing and homologating automated driving functions presents a huge challenge for their market introduction due to an enormous number of scenarios and environment parameter combinations. Confronting conventional real world tests with the new challenges of automated driving is not feasible anymore and yields to a virtualization of the testing meth...
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When will automated vehicles come onto the market? This question has puzzled the automotive industry and society for years. The technology and its implementation have made rapid progress over the last decade, but the challenge of how to prove the safety of these systems has not yet been solved. Since a market launch without proof of safety would ne...
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Simulation is becoming increasingly important in the development, testing and approval process in many areas of engineering, ranging from finite element models to highly complex cyber-physical systems such as autonomous cars. Simulation must be accompanied by model verification, validation and uncertainty quantification (VV&UQ) activities to assess...
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Safeguarding and type approval of automated vehicles is a key enabler for their market launch in our complex traffic environment. Scenario-based testing by means of computer simulation is becoming increasingly important to cope with the enormous complexity and effort. However, there is a huge gap when assessing the safety of the virtual vehicle whi...
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Due to the rapid progress in the development of automated vehicles over the last decade, their market entry is getting closer. One of the remaining challenges is the safety assessment and type approval of automated vehicles, as conventional testing in the real world would involve an unmanageable mileage. Scenario-based testing using simulation is a...
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The modelling and simulation process in the automotive domain is transforming. Increasing system complexity and variant diversity, especially in new electric powertrain systems, lead to complex, modular simulations that depend on virtual vehicle development, testing and approval. Consequently, the emerging key requirements for automotive validation...
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Safeguarding and type approval of automated vehicles is a key enabler for their market launch in our complex traffic environment. Scenario-based testing by means of computer simulation is becoming increasingly important to cope with the enormous complexity and effort. However, there is a huge gap when assessing the safety of the virtual vehicle whi...
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The modelling, simulation and analysis methods in automotive development are in the process of transformation. Increasing system complexity, variant diversity and efforts to improve efficiency lead to more complex simulations and depend on virtual vehicle development, testing and approval across a large application area. Consequently, the new key r...
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This is an original manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Vehicle System Dynamicx on 07th of December 2020, available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/10.1080/00423114.2020.1854317. During the peer review process, this article was restructured and the tables figures and citations were improved. The automotive development proc...
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The automotive design process is highly complex and is getting more diverse. With increasing possibilities in modeling, computing and analyzing, simulation driven design is essential to support this process. It has the advantage to reduce costs, time and the risk of wrong decisions. To achieve these benefits verification and validation is crucial,...

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