Scope of the Workshop
Highly automated cars will be smart due to computerization and software embedded intelligence. They will communicate with each other and the infrastructure, sense and landscape the surrounding, and maneuver in an ever more changing environment according to their capabilities. Drivers will be operators and eventually passengers. Future self-driving vehicles will open up new opportunities for e2e-Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
In order to be widely accepted and adopted autonomous vehicles have to be trustworthy, i.e. they have to be safe, secure, reliable, resilient and more. What constitutes trustworthiness depending on circumstances and purpose is not a given in a straight forward manner. Safety has to be secured for connected cars, in particular when they also sense the environment. The risk related to AI-blackbox embedded functionality must be limited, and there are more dependencies to be carefully traded off.
This workshop invites key stakeholders to debate how to ensure trustworthy autonomous vehicles. It addresses industrial challenges, which cannot be solved by a single company, where cooperation is needed.
The workshop will address following challenges and open questions
- What are the key constituents of trustworthiness?
- How do these constituents depend on each other?
- What are the most reasonable tradeoffs between these constituents?
- What are the major risks and vulnerabilities?
- Are there different evolution paths in Asia, Europe and Americas?
- Do different priorities result from different evolution paths?
- How to identify and prioritize relevant use cases/examples?
- What are the commonalities and differences between Asia, Europe and America?
- What is safe enough, secure enough?
- How to define an appropriate safety case, security case?
- How to test and verify/validate such a safety case, security case?
Who Should Participate?
Key industry leaders will share their vision. Researcher present the latest research results. Innovators come up with new ideas and novel approaches. You meet, discuss, and debate the tech and business challenges while figuring out how standards related activities can help to shape markets and facilitate the commercialization of new technologies.