Cuboid Scenario Simulation
Developing automated driving systems requires sensor data from realistic traffic scenarios. By generating synthetic sensor detections from simulated driving scenarios, you can quickly test your controllers or sensor fusion algorithms and adjust the scenario. To get started, use the Driving Scenario Designer app to build simple cuboid (box-shaped) scenarios and statistical radar, camera, and lidar sensor models. Then, you can use the constructed scenario and sensor models to perform these tasks:
Generate synthetic sensor detections and analyze the output.
Export the scenario code to MATLAB® and generate scenario variations programmatically.
Export the scenario and sensors to Simulink® and use them to test your driving algorithms.
Export the scenario to ASAM OpenDRIVE® and ASAM OpenSCENARIO® file formats.
- Programmatic Scenario Authoring
Programmatically create driving scenarios by using a
- Interactive Scenario Authoring
Interactively create driving scenarios by using the Driving Scenario Designer app
- Scenario Import and Export
Import roads from map services such as HERE HD Live Map, and import and export scenarios using ASAM OpenX and RoadRunner HD Map file formats
- Scenarios in Simulink
Test ADAS and automated driving systems in Simulink using synthetic driving scenarios