1. Autonomous Driving (AD) Simulation
1.1 Simulation Technology
1.1.1 Overview
1.1.2 Drivers for Automotive Simulation
1.2 AD Simulation and Test
1.2.1 AD Simulation Test and Methods
1.2.2 AD Test Needs Computer Simulation
1.2.3 Classification of AD Simulation Software
1.2.4 Scenario-based ADAS/AD Test and Verification Tool Chain
1.2.5 Structure of AD Simulation Industry Chain
1.2.6 Contents of AD Simulation
1.2.7 AD System Simulation Model
1.2.8 Composition of Simulation Test System
1.2.9 Renault AD Simulation Tool Chain
1.2.10 Challenges to AD Simulation
1.3 Segmentation of AD Simulation
1.3.1 Road and Weather Simulation
1.3.2 Traffic Scene Simulation (Traffic Flow Simulation)
1.3.3 Sensor Simulation
1.3.4 Vehicle Dynamics Simulation
1.3.5 Simulation System Interfaces
1.3.6 Distributed Simulation Platform

2. Integrated Simulation Platform and Company Study
2.1 Introduction to Simulation Platform
2.1.1 Typical Composition of Simulation Platform
2.1.2 Competition in Simulation Platform between IT Firms and Traditional Simulation Companies
2.2.1 Profile
2.2.2 ANSYS’ Acquisition of OPTIS
2.2.3 ANSYS’ Cross-industry Acquisitions to Improve Simulation Industry Chain
2.2.4 Background of the Acquired Companies by ANSYS
2.2.5 ANSYS’ More Input in Operation and R&D
2.2.6 AD Solutions and Products of ANSYS
2.2.7 Significance of ANSYS’ Acquisition of OPTIS
2.2.8 ANSYS 2019 R3
2.2.10 Partners of ANSYS
2.2.11 Dynamics in ANSYS’ Collaborations
2.3 Siemens
2.3.1 AD Simulation Layout
2.3.2 Major Products
2.3.3 Siemens’ Acquisition of TASS
2.3.4 Functional Features of PreScan
2.3.5 AD Simulation Use of PreScan
2.3.6 Running Process of PreScan
2.3.7 Sensor Types and Some Scenarios Enabled by PreScan
2.3.8 External Tools and Software Favored by Prescan
2.3.9 Scenario Sources Favored by Prescan
2.4 NVIDIA Simulation Platform
2.4.1 NVIDIA Drive Constellation
2.4.2 Attributes of NVIDIA Drive Constellation
2.4.3 Data Exchange between Drive Constellation and Target Vehicle
2.4.4 DRIVE Constellation and DRIVE Sim
2.4.5 NVIDIA Simulation Platform Composition
2.4.6 Broad Partnership
2.5 Gazebo
2.5.1 Open Simulation Platform -- Gazebo
2.5.2 Functionality and Use of Gazebo
2.5.3 Merits of Gazebo
2.6 Carla
2.6.1 Introduction to Carla
2.6.2 Carla Building of Different Scenarios
2.6.3 Latest Version of Carla
2.6.4 Functional Highlights of Carla
2.7 China Automotive Technology and Research Center Co., Ltd. (CATARC)
2.7.1 Profile of CATARC
2.7.2 CATARC Simulation Platform
2.7.3 CATARC Scene Platform
2.7.4 Collaboration between CATARC and IPG on Building a Driving Scene Simulation Job Lab
2.8 China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd. (CAERI)
2.8.1 CAERI Layout in Simulation Test Platform Tool Chain
2.8.2 i-Collector
2.8.3 i-Transfomer and i-Creator
2.8.4 ADAS HIL Integration and Test Services
2.8.5 Building AD Simulation Data Crowdsourcing & Testing Service Cloud Platform
2.9 Baidu Apollo Distributed Simulation Platform
2.9.1 Apollo Simulation Platform
2.9.2 Apollo Simulation Engine
2.9.3 ApolloScape
2.9.4 Apollo Control-in-the-loop
2.9.5 Apollo Vehicle Dynamics Model Simulation
2.9.6 AADS System
2.9.7 Two Superiorities of AADS
2.9.8 Collaborations with Apollo Simulation Platform
2.10 Tencent TAD Sim
2.10.1 Autonomous Driving Layout of Tencent
2.10.2 TAD Sim Simulation Platform
2.10.3 Characteristics of TAD Sim Simulation Platform
2.10.4 High-fidelity Scenarios of TAD Sim
2.10.5 Sensor Simulation of TAD Sim Simulation Platform
2.10.6 Simulation of Complex Road Conditions
2.10.7 Cloud Acceleration Simulation, CIVS (Cooperative Vehicle Infrastructure System) Simulation, 3D City Rebuilding
2.10.8 Application of TAD Sim Simulation Platform
2.11 Panosim
2.11.1 Profile
2.11.2 Major Products
2.11.3 Key Customers
2.11.4 PanoSim Based on Physical Model and Numerical Simulation
2.11.5 PanoSim Interface and Functions
2.11.6 PanoSim Used to Create Simulation Experiment Flow
2.11.7 PanoSim 3.0 Added with Radar Model and GPS Physical Model
2.11.8 PanoSim 3.0 - V2X and True Value Sensor Function Upgrade
2.11.9 PanoSim3.0 Optimized Simulink Model
2.12 AirSim
2.12.1 Open Simulation Platform -- AirSim
2.12.2 AirSim on Unity
2.12.3 Features of AirSim Simulator
2.13 51World
2.13.1 Profile of 51WORLD
2.13.2 51Sim-One
2.13.3 In-built Vehicle Dynamics System
2.13.4 Application of 51Sim-One
2.13.5 AD Simulation Partners
2.13.6 51WORLD EC (Earth Clone)

3. Vehicle Dynamics Simulation
3.1 Introduction to Vehicle Dynamics Simulation
3.2 MATLAB/Simulink
3.2.1 Introduction to Mathworks and Simulink
3.2.2 Product Packets
3.2.3 Simulink-based AEB and FCW System
3.2.4 ADST
3.2.5 Various Models of Simulink
3.2.6 Driving Scenario Designer
3.2.7 Vehicle Dynamics Blockset
3.2.8 Key Modules of Vehicle Dynamics Blockset
3.2.9 Cases of Use for Close-loop Simulation Test
3.2.10 Use in Voyage
3.2.11 New Features
3.3 Simpack
3.3.1 Introduction to Simpack
3.3.2 Simpack Real-time Simulation Tools
3.3.3 Simpack Automotive
3.3.4 Simpack Automotive Modeling Features
3.3.5 Simpack Use in ADAS
3.3.6 New Functions
3.4 TESIS DYNAware
3.4.1 Profile of TESIS
3.4.2 TESIS DYNAware
3.4.3 veDYNA Real-time Simulation of Vehicle Dynamics
3.4.4 ve-DYNA Model
3.4.5 DYNA4 Software
3.4.6 DYNA4 Software Functionality
3.4.7 DYNA4 Simulation Scene
3.4.8 Latest Trends of DYNA4
3.4.9 New Functions of DYNA4
3.5 IPG Carmaker
3.5.1 Profile of IPG Carmaker
3.5.2 Products Backed by IPG Carmaker
3.5.3 Characteristics of IPG Carmaker
3.5.4 Roll-out of IPG Carmaker 8.0
3.5.5 Latest News about IPG
3.6 AVL
3.6.1 Profile
3.6.3 AVL Automotive Test Simulation Platform
3.6.4 AVL model.Connect
3.6.5 Features and Application of AVL model.Connect
3.6.7 AVL Autonomous Driving Simulation Developments

Companies Mentioned:

NVIDIA Simulation Platform
China Automotive Technology and Research Center Co., Ltd. (CATARC)
China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd. (CAERI)
Baidu Apollo
Tencent TAD Sim
IPG Carmaker