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A motion certification concept to evaluate operational safety and optimizing operating parameters at runtime

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For technical systems, which perform highly automated or so-called autonomous actions, there exist a large demand to evaluate their operational safety in a uniform way at runtime based on the combination of environmental threats and the conditions of subordinated system modules. To guarantee a safe motion based on autonomous decisions we have introduced a universal and transparent certification process which not only takes functional aspects like environment detection and collision avoidance techniques into account but especially identifies the associated system condition itself as a key aspect for the determination of operational safety and for an automated optimization of operating parameters. Similar to a feedback loop possible constraints for environment perception of sensor components or the ability of actuator components to interact with their environment have to be taken into account to introduce a generalized safety evaluation for the entire system. Therefore, a model is derived to evaluate the operational safety for the autonomous driving robot RAVON from TU Kaiserslautern based on an integrated behavior-based control (IB2C).

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Müller, S., & Liggesmeyer, P. (2015). A motion certification concept to evaluate operational safety and optimizing operating parameters at runtime. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) (Vol. 9338, pp. 156–166). Springer Verlag. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24249-1_14

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