RoadRunner Scenario™ is an interactive editor that lets you design scenarios for simulating and testing automated driving systems. Place vehicles and paths, define logic, and parameterize scenarios. You can then simulate the scenario in the editor. Choose from built-in vehicle and pedestrian actors or design your own using MATLAB® and Simulink® or CARLA. Define sensor models in MATLAB or Simulink, and add them to vehicle actors.
RoadRunner Scenario supports in-editor playback for visualizing scenarios and connecting to other simulators for cosimulation. Scenarios can be exported to ASAM OpenSCENARIO. These exported scenarios can then be used in any OpenSCENARIO compliant simulators and players, including esmini.
The RoadRunner API lets you change the parameters of the scenario to create many variants for automated tests. You can use the API to automate workflows like placing scenarios in different scenes, simulating scenarios, and exporting.
Interactively Design Scenarios
Place vehicles, create paths, and set map-aware conditions and goals using an interactive editor. Create user-defined actions and events using custom parameters.
Support Complex 3D Road Scenes
Create scenarios that automatically adapt to scene changes.
ASAM OpenSCENARIO Support
Export to ASAM OpenSCENARIO® V2.0 and V1.x formats. Import trajectories from OpenSCENARIO V1.x and CSV files.
Control Scenarios Programmatically
Use the RoadRunner API to parameterize scenarios, load scenarios into different scenes, and create variants for simulation and export.
Design MATLAB and Simulink Actors
Use MATLAB and Simulink to customize the behavior of actors, like vehicles and pedestrians, and actor groups, such as a truck with a trailer.
Cosimulate with CARLA
Synchronize scene content and actor poses, and customize actor behavior with CARLA.
RoadRunner Product Family
RoadRunner is an interactive editor that lets you design 3D scenes for simulating and testing automated driving systems. RoadRunner provides tools for setting and configuring traffic signal timing, phases, and vehicle paths at intersections.