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Workshop Report: Consensus Safety Measurement Methodologies for Automated Driving System-Equipped Vehicles

Published

Author(s)

Edward R. Griffor, Christopher Greer, David A. Wollman

Abstract

A workshop on Consensus Safety Measurement Methodologies for Automated Driving System (ADS) - Equipped Vehicles was held at NIST 25-26 June 2019 on the NIST Gaithersburg, Maryland campus, sponsored by NIST and the U.S. Department of Transportation and partners Intel, Intel Mobileye, Lyft, Ricardo, SAE International, and the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute. It was attended by over 110 leaders from local, state and federal government; manufacturing and technology industry; and academia. The workshop consisted of keynotes, panel presentations and breakout sessions, addressing the topic from the State and Users, Developers, Standards and Testing, Methods and Frameworks and Innovation perspectives. The scope of this workshop and this report is an assessment of the need for measurement methodologies for ADS-equipped vehicle safety. This document reports on the views expressed by the participants in these sessions and summarizes the input on the steps that can accelerate progress toward safe and trusted Automated Driving System (ADS)- equipped vehicles.
Citation
Special Publication (NIST SP) - SP 1900-320
Report Number
SP 1900-320

Keywords

Automated Driving, Safety, Measurement
Created September 23, 2019, Updated October 21, 2019