A common language and best practice key to AV development success

With numerous players developing a wide range of automated driving systems, how can the industry get everyone on the same page? By Megan Lampinen

Automated and autonomous driving developments are gaining pace, with an increasing number of pilots making their way to public roads. But as innovation picks up, a potential problem is becoming clear: not everyone is using the same standards, or even the same language, in their testing and development practices. Testing protocols are currently very specific to an individual automaker’s systems and operational design domains (ODDs). In light of that variance, how can the industry make sure that everyone is on the same page?

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