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Software Pipeline in Safer Autonomous Vehicles – Part 2

For autonomous vehicles (AV) to perform at par with human ability, we first need to understand human driving behaviour. For simplification, human driving tasks can be broken down into two categories of tasks, i.e., the ‘what tasks’ and the ‘how tasks’, together referred to as the orthogonal tasks. The driving task under the ‘what category’ can be further broken down ...

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Software Pipeline in Safer Autonomous Vehicles – Part 1

Safety concern in an autonomous vehicles (AV) primarily arises from the software pipeline which has successfully replaced the human driver, who earlier acted as an integrator and operator of various driving tasks. AV need to perform multiple highly dynamic and complex tasks for which they should be able to generalise any unpredictable situation and this process primarily depends on its ...

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SAS Workshop at DSN 2021

We are glad to announce that our submission of the SAS workshop “Safety-aware design and validation of autonomous systems” was accepted at the 51st IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN 2021). More info coming soon!

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Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Node in Resilience Seminars

The UK Research and Innovation project ‘Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Node in Resilience’ (https://resilience.tas.ac.uk) brings together the disciplines of computer science, engineering, law, mathematics, philosophy and psychology from five UK universities to develop a comprehensive toolbox of principles, methods and systematic approaches for the engineering of resilient autonomous systems. Our very own beneficiary University of York is part of this ...

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