MyCarDoesWhat.org is a national campaign to help educate drivers on new vehicle safety technologies designed to help prevent crashes.
This document defines the plan for the CAT Service Layer by describing challenges and opportunities, existing services and conditions, future direction, gaps and actions to bridge them, performance metrics, and estimated costs.
ADS 2.0 calls for industry, state and local governments, safety and mobility advocates, and the public to lay the path for the deployment of automated vehicles and technologies.
AV 3.0 builds upon ADS 2.0 by expanding the scope to all surface on-road transportation systems.
AV 4.0 builds upon AV 3.0 by expanding the scope to 38 relavant United States Government components which have direct or tangential equities in safe development and integration of AV technologies.
The AAMVA Automated Vehicles Subcommittee developed the Safe Testing and Deployment of Vehicles Equipped with Automated Driving Systems Guidelines, Edition 3, to provide voluntary recommended guidelines for motor vehicle administrations, law enforcement, manufacturers, and other entities for the safe testing and deployment of ADS-equipped vehicles and to provide information and recommendations related to ADAS vehicle technology.
This document provides a taxonomy with detailed definitions for six levels of driving automation, ranging from no driving automation (level 0) to full driving automation (level 5).