Here you can find the final program of DSC Europe 2019.

2 pm

CONFERENCE OPENING

Pr. Andras Kemeny, Conference Chair
(President, Driving Simulation Association,
Expert Leader Immersive Simulation & VR, Renault,
Director, LiV Renault-Arts et Métiers)

2:15 pm

KEYNOTE
Cassin Amphitheatre

Mr. John Redford (VP, Five AI)
“Using Simulation in the Safety Assurance of Autonomous Vehicles”

3 pmROUND TABLES

Cassin Amphitheatre

Simulation data interface standardization and HPC for Autonomous Vehicles
with the participation of:

  • Dr. Klaus Estenfeld, ASAM
  • Mr. Jochen Köhler, ZF
  • Mr. Carlo Van Driesten, BMW Group
  • Mr. Gilles Gallée, Optis ANSYS
  • Mr. Thomas Nguyen, AV Simulation
  • Mr. Alain Piperno, UTAC
  • Mr. Kurt Niebuhr, Microsoft

Moderated by Dr. Hakim Mohellebi, Renault

Amsterdam Room

VR & AR – HMD vs. CAVE for automobile HMI engineering design
with the participation of:

  • Dr. Pascaline Neveu, Armed Forces Biomedical Research (IRBA)
  • Mr. Stéphane Regnier, Renault
  • Pr. James Oliver, Iowa State University
  • Mr. David Nahon, Dassault Systèmes

Moderated by Dr. Jean-Rémy Chardonnet, Arts et Métiers

Rome Room

Operational standards for Driving simulator experiments

with the participants of:

  • Dr. Catherine Pons-Himbert, BIOPAC
  • Mr. Omar Ahmad, NADS
  • Dr. Florent Colombet, Renault
  • Mr. Marcus Hewat, AV Simulation
  • Dr. Paolo Pretto, Virtual Vehicle

Moderated by Dr. Jens Haecker, Daimler

4:30 pmBREAK
5 pm

INDUSTRIAL PITCHES
Cassin Amphitheatre

  • Dr. Adrian Simms (Anthony Best Dynamics Ltd)
    “AB Dynamics ADAS Development Tools for Simulator and Track Based Testing”
  • Emmanuel Chevrier (AV Simulation)
    AVSimulation: combining automotive, engineering and digital innovation”
  • Mathieu Grob (VI-grade)
    “Bridging the Gap between Testing and Simulation”
  • Jan Van Bekkum (MTS Systems Corp.)
    “Introducing E2M – Innovations in Motion technology”
6 pm

KEYNOTE
Cassin Amphitheatre

Mr. Thierry Joubert (President, co-founder, CTO, Theoris)
“Embedded driving simulation”

8 am

REGISTRATION

9 am

KEYNOTE
Cassin Amphitheatre

Dr. Jean-Marc David
(Expert Leader Artificial Intelligence, Renault)
“Big Data and AI for Autonomous Vehicles”

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9:30 am

Cassin Amphitheatre

PRODUCT SOLUTION SESSION – ADAS, Autonomous and Connected Vehicle I

Londres Room

SCIENTIFIC PAPER SESSION – Virtual Reality for Driving Simulation

9:30 am
Automatic Road Generation for testing ADAS and Autonomous Driving Algorithms
S. Kussmaul (TrianGraphics), M. Nierenz
Applicability of Head-Mounted Displays in Driving Simulation
C. Zoller (Technische Universität Darmstadt), A. Muller, L. Eggert, H. Winner, B. Abendroth
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10 am

Physically modelled simulation for testing and validation
C. Hoyle (rFpro)

Seamless User Experience in Driving Simulation Studies
V. Ivleva (University of Bremen), G. Zachmann, S. Holzmann, J. Venrooij
10:30 am

Generate Automatically Unknown Unsafe Test Cases for Autonomous Vehicle Required by the SOTIF
F. Trollet (ALL4TEC)

Influence of vestibular cues in head-mounted display based dynamic driving simulators
B. Hartfiel (Volkwagen AG), R. Stark
11 amBREAK

 

11:30 am

INDUSTRIAL KEYNOTES SESSION
Cassin Amphitheatre

11:30 am – Combining Driving Scenarios Analytics and Simulation for Safe Automated Driving Development

Bernard Dion, ANSYS, CTO BU

11:50 am – Industry trends and accelerators with AVSimulation

Emmanuel Chevrier, CEO, AV Simulation

12:10 am – Driving simulated, for machine learning and drivers training

Sébastien Lozé

Sébastien Loze, Industry Manager, Simulations, Epic Games – Unreal Engines

Londres Room

SCIENTIFIC PAPER SESSION – Perception and Human Factors I

11:30 am – Torque-based control for more realistic hand-wheel haptics
M. Damian (Delft University of Technology), B. Shyrokau, A. Ocariz, X. Carrera Akutain

12 am – Comparison of driver conditions in automated driving systems and transition behaviours between driving simulator and in real proving ground
T. Sato (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), Y. Takeda, M. Akamatsu, S. Kitazaki

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12:30 am
LUNCH

 

1:30 pm
POSTERS

 

2:30 pm

Cassin Amphitheatre

PRODUCT SOLUTION SESSION – Enhanced Immersion

Londres Room

SCIENTIFIC PAPER SESSION – Training and Validation

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2:30 pm

Need for Sound – Why is sound and vibration important in a Driving Simulator ?
B. Philippen (HEAD Acoustics)

Risk Assessment Score Based on Simulated Driving Session
M. Komavec (Nervtech), B. Kaluza, K. Stojmenovva, J. Sodnik

3 pm

Procedural Environments for Automotive Simulation
B. Biro (Almotive), E. Nagi

Motorcycle Multibody Model Validation for Human-in-the-Loop Simulation
M. Grottoli (Siemens PLM Software), F. Celiberti, A. Van Der Heide, Y. Lemmens, R. Happee

3:30 pmBREAK

 

4 pm

Cassin Amphitheatre

PRODUCT SOLUTION SESSION – Training and Validation

Londres Room

SCIENTIFIC PAPER SESSION – Perception and Human Factors II

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4 pm

DELIVR: Driver Education – Leveraging Innovation in Virtual Reality
T. N. Coley (XPI Simulation)

Real car versus driving simulator comparison of head dynamics in emergency braking events
C. Di Loreto (Arts et Métiers ParisTech), J-R Chardonnet, J. Mackenzie, J. Dutschke, A. Van Den Berg, M. Forrest, F. Merienne, B. Sandoz

4:30 pm

HAD Validation using Driving Simulator
P. Pathrose (Visteon), K. Kshirsagar, J. Sid, R. Borse

Evaluation of a 3DOF Mid-Size Simulator Concept: A Behavioural Validation Study
A. Parduzi (BMW Group Research), J. Venrooij, M. Peller, F. Yannick, S. Marker

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5 pm
5:30 pm

KEYNOTE
Cassin Amphitheatre

Jose De Oliveira
(Lead Engineer for Autonomous Vehicles @ Unity)

“Opportunities in real-time 3D autonomous driving simulations”

8 pmCOCKTAIL DINNER PARTY 
8 am

REGISTRATION

9 am

Londres Room

PRODUCT SOLUTION SESSION – ADAS, Autonomous and Connected Vehicle II

Madrid Room

SCIENTIFIC PAPER SESSION – Motion I

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9 am

Virtual Human-Centered Design Simulation Platform : Testing Driving Aids and Automated Vehicle System with Future End-Users
J.-C. Bornard (CIVITEC-ESI Group), T. Bellet, J. Deniel, B. Richard

Objective Criteria for Motion-Cueing Evaluation
A. Ronellenfitsch (Porsche AG), S. Dong, E. Baumgartner, H-C Reuss, D. Schramm

9:30 am

Validating Functions for Autonomous Driving, Physics-Based Sensor Models
H. Krumm (dSPACE), C. Wiegand

Evaluation of an Optimization Based Motion Cueing Algorithm Suitable for Online Application
F. Ellensohn (Technical University of Munich), D. Hristakiev, M. Schwienbacher, J. Venrooij, D. Rixen

10 am

 

POSTERS

10:30 am
BREAK
 
11 am

Londres Room

PRODUCT SOLUTION SESSION – ADAS, Autonomous and Connected Vehicle III

Madrid Room

SCIENTIFIC PAPER SESSION – Motion II

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11 am

Certifying a Synthetic Environment for CAV Validation and Verification
J. Groenewald (University of Warwick), G. Dhadyalla, P. Hung Chan, J. Feng, K. Roberts, P. Jennings, F. Makinson

Comparison Between a Filter and a MPC-based MCA in an Offline Simulator Study
A. Lamprecht (University of Erlangen-Nurnberg), D. Steffen, J. Heacker, K. Graichen

11:30 am

SCANeR ADAS & Autonomous Vehicle Development & Validation Platform
T. Nguyen (AV Simulation)

Development and Applications of a Fast MPC Based Motion Cueint Algorithm
Z. Fang (Renault), D. Wautier, A. Kemeny

12 am
LUNCH 
1:30 pm
POSTERS
 
2:30 pm

Londres Room

PRODUCT SOLUTION SESSION – Simulation Design and Architecture

Madrid Room

SCIENTIFIC PAPER SESSION – ADAS and Autonomous Vehicles

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2:30 pm

New High-End Visual System for the Daimler Motion Based Simulator
V. Schill (VSimulation), H. Schmieder, C. Bode, T. Schulz, S. Luedemann

Non-Critical State Transitions During Conditionally Automated Driving on Freeways: comparing results from a driving simulator and a Wizard-of-Oz vehicle
C. Purucker (WIVW), D. Befelein, A. Neukum, C. Marberger

3 pm

SCANeR for MCA
M. Soyer (Renault), Z. Fang, M. Hewat, P-E Kozak, D. Wautier, A. Kemeny

Lane Change Manoeuvre Analysis: inter- and intra- subject variability in lane change characteristics
C. N. Koppel (Delft University of Technology), S. M. Petermeijer, J. Van Doornik, D. A. Abbink

3:30 pm
Survey and Overview on code optimization and hardware adapation of heterogeneous platforms (CPU vs GPU)
F. Bounini (Sherbrooke University), D. Gingras, H. Pollart, O. Chakroun

Assessment of Simulator Utility for SCS Evaluation
R. Romano (University of Leeds) , G. Markkula, O. Giles, A. Bean, A. Tomlinson, E. Sadraei

4 pm

KEYNOTE
Londres Room

Mr. Marc Pajon
(Expert Leader Testing & Validation Technologies, Renault)

“From Assistance to Autonomous Driving : New validation challenges”

4:30 pm
4:40 pm

CLOSING REMARKS
Londres Room

Event Discrete Flatness based Feed-Forward Control for a Full-Motion Driving Simulator based on ADAS Data
T. Miunske, C. Holzapfel, M. Kehrer, E. Baumgartner, H-C Reuss

A Real-Time Model Predictive MCA for Gantry-Tau-3R Simulation-based motion platform by incorporating Inverse Kinematic Model
M-R Chalak Qazani,, H. Asadi, S. Nahavandi

Occupant Analysis using Active Seat Belt Control in Autonomous Emergency Braking
HeonJeong Chu, JeongKeun Lee, TaeHo Roh

Development of Steer-by-Wire Functions: Virtual Prototype Tests with a Driving Simulator
M. Koppers, A. de Moll, R. Gonschorek, D. Vieker, H-D. Heitzer

Modelization of Human Risk Feeling during near-crashed situations in autonomous vehicle
C. Gandrez, F. Mantelet, A. Aoussat, L. Zhao, F. Jeremie, E. Landel

Construction and Use of an Ad-Hoc Static Driving Simulator Featuring Easily Interchangeable Mock-Ups for Highway Scenarios
M. Scholtes, P. Hosten, M. El Ghaouty, A. Dueselder

A comprehensive validation system for highly automated driving
M. Schleicher, A. Mank, S. Tiedemann, S. Weik

Evaluation of a level 2 automated driving system prototyped in a dynamic simulator
P. Simon, J. Floris, C. Sentouh, S. Debernard, J-C Popieul

Comparing Proving Ground and Simulation Testing for Autonomous Car Functionality
D. Behnecke, G. Temme, D. Assmann, F. Utesch, M. Mahmod, N. Wojke, D. Kathner, M. Fischer

Coupling traffic and driving simulation: new possibilities of testing autonomous driving
A. Hafner, M. Barthauer, R. Henze, F. Küçükay

A simplified semi-physical model for real-time NVH and sound simulation of electric vehicles
C. Holzapfel, M. Kehrer, A. Janeba, T. Miunske, H-C Reuss

Hector-VR: Designing a mixed reality driving simulator with minimal discomfort
M. Mortimer, A. Eugene, S. Thomson, M. Seyedmahmoudian, B. Horan

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