Commit 52392eae authored by Nicco Dillmann's avatar Nicco Dillmann
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added Def. ODD SAE J3016

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=== Operational Design Domain
The Operational Design Domain (ODD) for an automated vehicle is a very important consideration for the development of such a vehicle. The ODD defines the boundaries in which the vehicle can operate in a safe manner. This includes environmental elements such as weather, infrastructure, and traffic related elements such as traffic participants. The ODD helps identifying the important test cases and test scenarios as well as defining how to evaluate the results of the executed tests.
The Operational Design Domain (ODD) for an automated vehicle is a very important consideration for the development of such a vehicle. The ODD defines the boundaries in which the vehicle can operate in a safe manner. This includes environmental elements such as weather, infrastructure, and traffic related elements such as traffic participants.
A more formal definition of ODD as defined by SAE J3016 (2018) states that "Operating conditions under which a given driving automation system or feature thereof is specifically designed to function, including, but not limited to, environmental, geographical, and time-of-day restrictions, and/or the requisite presence or absence of certain traffic or roadway characteristics".
The ODD helps identifying the important test cases and test scenarios as well as defining how to evaluate the results of the executed tests.
For this study group it is important to understand what role the ODD can play in the development of an automated vehicle and how the ODD needs to be integrated in the scenario based testing workflow. The OpenODD Concept project targets a machine interpretable format for the ODD.
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