In an increasingly noisy world, the Raconteur Reports published in The Times and The Sunday Times, challenge and inspire decision-makers on the topics that matter, helping them make better business decisions. Covid stopped much of the transport and travel industry in its tracks, so how is the sector responding...
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Understanding Operational Design Domain to create Informed Safety in Autonomous Vehicles Deployment (1/2)
One of the biggest challenges for autonomous vehicles (AV) is how to argue their safety case. The first step towards a state of informed safety is establishing the capability of an automated driving system (ADS) by defining its operational design domain (ODD). What is an ODD? “ODD is an...
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen demand for simulation go stratospheric, says Claytex’s Managing Director Mike Dempsey. “People are turning to simulation more than they ever have done. It’s not as easy to go and take a car out and do some tests on the public road or around a...
The safety of an autonomous vehicle is paramount, but testing systems needed to ensure fully safe system performance are in their infancy. The Simulation Cycle is the process of creating, running and analysing results from a scenario. In the cycle the scenarios are designed and created by the Test Manager...
Following the first part of this blog series (Integrated Development Framework for ROS based Autonomous Vehicles using Autoware (Part I) – Claytex) where we covered aspects of our development framework, this post will cover our use of CARLA and AUTOWARE.AI. The overall goal of this work was to develop...
Managing Editor of Future Vehicle magazine, Steve Welch, interviewed Mike Dempsey, Managing Director of Claytex prior to the virtual LCV2020 exhibition. Synchronized sensors Simulation will play a key role in proving the reliability and trustworthiness for testing autonomous vehicles and advanced driver-assistance systems. The commercial development and market adoption of autonomous vehicles...
e-mobility technology international feature Claytex in the autumn 2020 issue of their magazine; Virtual Testing of ADAS & AV Systems. Edge Case Simulations Cars today are delivered with a plethora of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) such as lane keeping assistance, adaptive cruise control, automated emergency braking and much...
As progress is being made in the development of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and their functionalities, new problems constantly arise due to the uncertainty of the physical world with its varied unpredictability that can often cause an accident to occur. Due to this, an incredible amount of work is being...
The Future of transport system is an increasingly complex system of systems (SoS) involving the management of information exchanges between a wide range of disparate systems of systems involving vehicles, traffic management and monitoring, infrastructure, communication, journey planning systems, security systems and of course people (travellers and pedestrians), in...
Throughout the history of Claytex, we have applied state of the art systems modelling and simulation techniques to solve the problems faced by both road vehicle OEMs and in motorsports. The application of our knowledge and tools ranges from human comfort in the cabin to destructive vibration in the...
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