Motivation

For simulator methodology both technical and experimental aspects are fundamental for collecting valuable results from simulator experiments with human drivers in the loop. In order to increase the comparability and the transferability of experiment results collected in different simulators – and thus magnifying the scientific value of simulator results – defining operating standards for driving simulators would be beneficial.

Issues

  • Validity/reliability/comparability of DS study
  • Influence of experimental/technical aspects on DS results
  • Ethical aspects of experiments
  • Approaches of different institutions
  • Guidelines for documentation of DS studies
  • Towards defining standards or guidelines (is this even possible?)

Animator

Dr. Jens HÄCKER (Daimler) – contact: jens.haecker[at]daimler.com

DSC 2018 - Round Table Discussion - Operational Standards for driving simulators

Driving Simulation & Virtual Reality Conference & Exhibition, September 5th, 2018

Participants:

  • Mr. Stéphane Masfrand (PSA)
  • Dr. Stéphane Espié (IFSTTAR)
  • Dr. Gerd Baumann (FKFS)
  • Mr. Arne Nåbo (VTI)
  • Dr. Joost Venrooij (BMW)
  • Mr. Omar Ahmad (NADS)
  • Dr. Jens Haecker, Moderator (Daimler)

Round Table Discussion – Operational Standards for driving simulators (pdf) >

Operation Guidelines for Driving Simulator Experiments - Collection of Topics

Initial collection of important topics and issues towards defining Operation Guidelines for Driving Simulator Experiments.
DSC 2019 Round Table Operating Standards Contributions (pdf) >

DSC 2019 - Round Table Discussion - Operational Standards for driving simulators

Driving Simulation & Virtual Reality Conference & Exhibition, 2019 September 4th

Participants:

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