Seeking Participants for the Active Safety Roadside Object Surrogate Task Force

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Starts: 06-23-2020
Location: Online Opportunity


The goal of the Roadside Object Surrogate Task Force is to develop standardized requirements for roadside object surrogates (such as grass surrogate, concrete divider surrogate, curb surrogate, metal guardrail surrogate, etc.). The roadside object surrogates are representative of real objects to the sensors used in object recognition for road departure detection/mitigation, and object collision avoidance systems. They can be used for the performance assessment of such in-vehicle systems (including warning, steering, and/or braking) in test track to represent real-world test scenarios/conditions.

Individuals with experience/background with testing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and the use of surrogate objects during testing are encouraged to apply.


Active Safety ADAS Sensor Calibration Task Force
Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) Committee

Volunteers Needed:

25 (25 open slots)

Experience Required:

1 to 3 Years Industry Experience


Nicole Iorfido
SAE International

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