Available On-Demand Until November 8, 2018
Vehicle connectivity, including the real prospects of hands-free and fully autonomous driving, is revolutionizing personal mobility. Cars, light trucks, and commercial vehicles equipped with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P), and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technologies will reduce crashes, energy consumption, and pollution, as well as mitigate the costs associated with traffic and parking congestion. Vehicle manufacturers are investing heavily in technologies needed to help their products exchange information with each other and roadway infrastructure, as well as download data from “the cloud” to provide drivers higher levels of safety, assistance, and convenience. Such complex integrated vehicle systems, especially in a connected smart environment, rely on sets of standards to ensure accuracy, reliability, and performance. This SAE Standards Webinar provides an overview of the key standards in the automated vehicle sector: SAE J3016™ (Taxonomy and Definitions); SAE J3018 (Safe Testing of Highly Automated Vehicles on Public Roads), and SAE J3131 Automated Driving Reference Architecture. Sponsors: National Instruments, Specialty Coating Systems.