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Based on the presentation by Michael Kluge (dSPACE) from https://www.asam.net/conferences-events/detail/asam-openscenario-v20/[ASAM OpenSCENARIO V2.0 - Proposal Workshop, Topic 6]. Please move chapter to suitable location if necessary.
The definition of a new standard OpenSCENARIO 2.0 should aim for the widest possible acceptance in its domain. This holds true for every standard; however, the wide range of use cases and requirements might limit the extent to which this is actually possible. Therefore, while the intent is to create a language capable of handling the identified use cases and requirement thereby enabling the language to be used in numerous projects, this comes with a trade off in limited portability and exchangeability. Tool providers may find it difficult or even impossible to guarantee full support of OpenSCENARIO 2.0, and instead support may be limited to parts of the language.
The definition of a new standard OpenSCENARIO 2.0 should aim for the widest possible acceptance in its domain. This holds true for every standard; however, the wide range of use cases and requirements might limit the extent to which this is actually possible. Therefore, while the intent is to create a language capable of handling the identified use cases and requirements thereby enabling the language to be used in a wide range of projects, this comes with a trade-off in limited portability and exchangeability. Tool providers may find it difficult or even impossible to guarantee full support of OpenSCENARIO 2.0, and instead support may be limited to parts of the language.
Car manufacturers for example will work with multiple different suppliers and would like to use OpenSCENARIO 2.0 as one of the exchange formats. The selection of those suppliers relies on their credible statement on how they support the standard e.g. in their simulation environment.
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