This standard specifies the general requirements that a fully automated vehicle shall meet in order to drive on public roads. This standard serves as a comprehensive checklist of all the use cases, scenarios, and worst conditions that a fully automated vehicle certified by the public body shall address on public roads in order to protect the safety of the public including passengers, pedestrians, and other traffic participants.
- Sponsor Committee
- CTS/ETSC - Emerging Technology Standards Committee
- Active PAR
- PAR Approval
Working Group Details
Taxonomy and Definitions for Connected and Automated Vehicles
This standard specifies the taxonomy and definitions for connected and automated vehicles.
Recommended Practice for Multi-Input Based Decision Making of Automated Vehicles Driving on Public Roads
This document provides the recommended practice for an automated vehicle driving on public roads to decide the next action based on multiple inputs including but not limited to sensors on this vehicle, inputs from other vehicles, and inputs from the infrastructure. This document itemizes the cases when different inputs suggest different actions and recommends solutions in these cases.
Recommended Practice for Permitting Automated Vehicles to Drive on Public Roads
This document provides the recommended practice for a regulator to permit automated vehicles to drive on public roads when specific conditions are met. This document itemizes the combinations of vehicle capabilities and different situations on public roads.