[FEA] More documentation support for the ProgramFlowMonitor of dwCGF

Required Info:

  • Software Version
    DRIVE OS 6.0.6
  • Target OS
  • SDK Manager Version
  • Host Machine Version
    native Ubuntu Linux 20.04 Host installed with DRIVE OS DOCKER Containers

Describe the bug

recently I joined the nvidia webnair Building Complex Computational Pipelines with Compute Graph Frameworks on NVIDIA DriveWorks and found the PFM feature about failsafe-mechnism of dwCGF. The keynote is in below.

I have several qsts about the details of the feature, and ask for the answers here in the forum.

  1. is this feature PFM of dwCGF available in the mainstream of nvidia-developer-program(currently drivesdk 6.0.6)? if no, which version of drivesdk is this feature released in?
  2. is there any documentation or tutorial provided for this feature?
  3. according to the keynote, there is a component system state manager that should be developed by 3rdparty, but according to this [BUG] The ssm demo from dwsample cannot be used with the dwcgf app , there is no plan to share the source code to support 3rdparty to modify or develop a fresh ssm, so what’s the plan of the ssm feature?
  4. I ask for more guids, details, infos, docs of dwCGF, because the support is too weak.


Additional context

I am in the nvidia-drive-developer-program. NO NVONLINE permission.

Dear @lizhensheng,
As per my knowledge, PFM is applicable for DRIVE OS safety releases. I am checking internally if applicable to Devzone releases?

thanks for your quick reply!
is there links or pages that describe the DRIVE OS safety releases?
Do you mean the drivesdk for qnx?

Dear @lizhensheng,
Do you mean the drivesdk for qnx?


The DRIVE OS safety releases are for specific customers via NVOnline based on the engagement. The DRIVE OS Safety release SDK docs are not publicly available.
You may check https://developer.nvidia.com/drive/driveos and NVIDIA Autonomous Vehicle Safety Report

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