Formal Synthesis of Safe Stop Tactical Planners for an Automated Vehicle
Paper in proceeding, 2020

Automated vehicles need a safe back-up solution in the presence of system degradations since a driver cannot be expected to take control on short notice. In the event of a degradation, the vehicle is required to reach a minimal risk condition via a minimal risk maneuver. The activation of such maneuvers is safety critical, and a correct implementation of the tactical planner that takes the activation decision is paramount. One way to ensure correctness is to employ formal methods since they can provide proofs thereof. Earlier, a tactical planner was formally verified to activate a minimal risk maneuver if and only if a failure occurs. Formal verification has some drawbacks, so this paper investigates the applicability of using the tools Supremica and TuLiP to synthesize correct-by-construction tactical planners. These two tools amend some of the verification’s drawbacks, but also introduce their own.

Reactive Synthesis

Supervisory Control Theory

Automated Driving

Author

Jonas Krook

Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Systems and control, Automation

Zenuity AB

Roozbeh Kianfar

Zenuity AB

Martin Fabian

Chalmers, Electrical Engineering, Systems and control, Automation

IFAC-PapersOnLine

24058963 (eISSN)

Vol. 53 4 445-452

15th IFAC Workshop on Discrete Event Systems WODES 2020
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,

Areas of Advance

Transport

Subject Categories

Other Engineering and Technologies not elsewhere specified

Vehicle Engineering

Embedded Systems

DOI

10.1016/j.ifacol.2021.04.059

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