As development of automated driving system (ADS)-operated vehicles (AVs) progresses, it’s essential for operational safety to be quantified with well-defined metrics. An established set of operational safety assessment (OSA) metrics is needed as a starting point to quantify the level of risk associated with AVs on the road. An important SAE standard (Recommended Practice J3237) currently under development is intended for this purpose, providing a set of OSA metrics for industry to use as part of the quantification of operational safety competency.
This 60-minute Webinar focuses on the need for OSA metrics for AVs, starting with an introduction to the SAE J3237 document as well as how its included metrics will fit into an overall OSA methodology and safety case framework. This will be followed by a panel discussion on various aspects of OSA metrics, including the test methodology to emulate real-world driving scenes in the lab to verify the ADS and minimize driving test risks.
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.
Jeffrey Wishart, Ph.D., Managing Engineer, Exponent Inc.
Dr. Jeffrey Wishart is a Managing Engineer at the Test and Engineering Center of Exponent as well as Adjunct Professor in Automotive Systems of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University. Jeffrey conducts R&D in the areas of energy and advanced transportation, including advanced powertrains, connected and automated vehicles, electric vehicle supply equipment, energy storage systems, and micro-mobility applications. He is also the Chair of the Verification and Validation Task Force under the On-Road Automated Driving SAE committee that is establishing standards for automated vehicles. Jeffrey has a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the Institute for Integrated Energy Systems at the University of Victoria, an MSc degree in engineering physics from the University of Saskatchewan, and a BSc degree in engineering physics (mechanical engineering minor) from the University of British Columbia.
Carl Squire, Managing Director, IPG Automotive
Carl Squire is the Managing Director of IPG Automotive, leading sales and engineering activities in North America. He has more than 30 years of experience in automotive development and testing. He previously worked as a product engineer with Ford Motor Company and as the U.S. President for ETAS, a division of the Bosch Group, before joining IPG in 2016. He holds a BSc degree in electrical and computer engineering from Wayne State University and an MBA from the University of Michigan.
Seung Chul Shin, Automotive R&D Solution Planner, Keysight Technologies Inc.
Seung Chul Shin is a Product Planner for Automotive R&D technologies of the Automotive and Energy Industry Solution Team at Keysight Technologies. He is also a technical representative for automotive radar technologies. He joined the company in 1999 and has held a variety of positions in software defined radio (SDR) digital IF/RF R&D. He was Asia Marketing Program Manager, Wireless Applications Engineer, and Asia Business Development Manager. He received MSc degrees in electronic and computer science for SDR from Korea University.
Lisa Arrigo, Editor, SAE Media Group