Teknologie doktorContact Anders
SUNRISE is about safety proof of cooperative, connected and automated mobility (CCAM) systems. The aim is to develop and provide a harmonized and scalable CCAM Safety Assurance Framework.
Automated vehicles must be reliable in all conceivable driving scenarios. This requires a strong security argument, which remains a major challenge. Several initiatives are working to develop test and assessment methods for CCAM systems based on a scenario-based approach, combining both physical and virtual testing. Although the automotive industry generally seems to agree on this overall approach, the current situation leads to silo solutions, which prevents large-scale introduction into society. SUNRISE aims to create a common CCAM safety assurance framework that connects silos and makes them work together in a harmonized way.
This will be achieved by:
The project will define, implement and demonstrate the building blocks of this safety argumentation framework: harmonized and scalable methods for safety assessment, procedures and metrics tailored to use cases, a federated framework for a European scenario database and its necessary data interfaces, a commonly agreed simulation framework including tools and interfaces. SUNRISE will work closely with CCAM stakeholders such as policy makers, regulators, consumer testers, user associations and all relevant stakeholders.
AVL, BASt, Chalmers, Continental, STELLANTIS / CRF, CVC, ERTICO, ICCS, ika, Infineon, VEDECOM, Renault Group, RISE, Siemens Software, TNO, Toyota Motor Europe, University of Trento, Vicomtech, Virtual Vehicle, WMG