Foretellix, an Israel-based start-up with a mission to enable measurable safety of automated driving systems, announced a new technology solution with VIRES part of Hexagon – that improves the quality of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous vehicle testing through intelligent data-driven automation.
The new integrated workflow, which connects Foretellix’s Foretify platform with the VIRES Virtual Test Drive (VTD) simulation software to provide coverage-driven verification, was unveiled during the Virtual Test Drive event series on Wednesday 27th May.
Foretellix develops the Foretify™ platform, for intelligent verification automation and analytics of automated driving systems. The platform includes:
- a Measurable Scenario Description Language (M-SDL) used to describe both scenarios and coverage goals at a very high level
- automation to generate combinations of combinations of scenario variants along with monitors to check and track scenario coverage
- the ability to aggregate coverage data from the execution across all testing platforms (test vehicles, test tracks, simulation, X-in-the-loop)
- analytics and metrics for developers to know where they are, what to do next, when they’re done.
VIRES Virtual Test Drive (VTD) is a robust and comprehensive simulation suite used to test advanced driver-assistance systems and automated driving systems. It enables the design of 3D environments and scenarios to simulate complex traffic scenarios and edge cases with high accuracy. Highly modular and based on open standards, it connects with third party software and hardware to enable SiL, DiL, ViL, and HiL testing with test rigs, training simulators or sensors.
Both companies actively support an open ADAS and AV ecosystem and contribute to open standardization efforts and are involved in ASAM (Association for Standardization of Automation and Measuring Systems).