Already in the last quarter of 2023, we are rallying towards various finishing lines for 2023 and beyond. Project No 3 of our KI FAMILIE – KI Data Tooling – will be completed by the end of the year. This means another final event is coming up. In a 2-days-event on December 5 and 6, 2023, the project’s results will be presented at the BMW World in Munich. Continue reading this Newsletter and you we will get a glimpse of what the project has achieved – fairly exciting, to be honest.
Our fourth and last KI FAMILIE project KI Wissen will finish next next spring and close the KI FAMILIE umbrella. Originally planned for a project duration of 36 months, a project extension of three months is currently under progress. Accordingly, peparations for the forth and last final event within the KI FAMILIE are already in the pipeline - see the Save-the-Date further below.
Related to this, we also want to bring your attention to KI FAMILIE’s sister family PEGASUS and its project VVM (Verification Validation Methods). VVM will also reach the finishing line by December 31, 2023. Presentation of the project results are scheduled for November 21 and 22, 2023 at the Carl-Benz-Arena in Stuttgart. More information can also found in this Newsletter.
It is obvious, that the way to automated driving will be enriched with further important results and experiences of large pre-commercial R&D projects in the next months. Knowledge transfer and information exchange will become even more important in the future to support the automotive industry and strengthen Germany’s and Europe’s industrial base.
For the 8th time, enjoy reading our Newsletter.
The KI Familie Editorial Team
KI Data Tooling Final Event at the BMW World in Munich
KI Data Tooling, a BMWK funded research project, has taken the important step from a Data Set to the Data Kit, a complete data solution for the training and validation of AI functions for highly automated driving. Join us for presentations about our significant improvements on data, methods and tools for different sensor modalities. The conference also offers the opportunity, to discuss challenges on the KI Data Tooling journey and opportunities ahead.
Project Achievement: KI Data Tooling Introduces Resilient ISO 8800-Oriented Data Kit
Picture: Data Kit Framework Architecture
Starting in 2024, the ISO 8800 standard for road vehicle safety in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) will take effect. This standard has significant implications for all AI-based automotive applications. Companies involved in AI development for such applications face the challenge of meeting these new requirements. Approaching the end of the project period in December 2023, the publicly funded collaboration project, KI Data Tooling, is unveiling a reference architecture and accompanying methods for a data kit designed to generate, process, and evaluate sensor data used for automated driving perception. This data kit has been influenced by the currently known ISO 8800 specifications and creates a basis to pass future safety audits with a focus on data quality and Machine Learning Operations (ML-Ops) tooling.
Prepare for an extraordinary journey in AI for automated driving at the KI Wissen Final Event. The event will be a dynamic live experience featuring presentations, demonstrations, a poster session and lively discussions on project results.
The project period of KI Delta Learning ended on 31. March 2023 . The project presented the results to the public at its final event on 9. March 2023. Since then, the Final Report has been compiled and is available on the project's website.
VVM Final Event offers presentations, exhibitions, demonstrations and international panel discussions.This occasion marks the culmination of the VVM project, celebrating the collective achievements and setting the course for the future of safety verification in automated vehicles.