RESPONSE 3 is elaborating a European Code of Practice (CoP) for an accelerated market introduction of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). The CoP will help manufacturers to “safely” introduce new safety applications through an integrated perspective on human, system and legal aspects.
RESPONSE 3 is aiming to obtain a Code of Practice for the development and testing of ADAS for the European industry. Translating the key issues of ‘reasonable safety’ and ‘duty of care’ the CoP will give a basis for definition of ‘safe’ ADAS development and testing, also from a legal point of view.
The Code of Practice comprises a suitable ADAS description concept, including ADAS specific requirements for system development.
It summarises best practices and proposes methods for risk assessment and controllability evaluation.
RESPONSE 3 is elaborating a checklist to verify if all specific aspects have been considered.
The checklist is subdivided into evaluation concepts related to controllability.
These concepts are clustered according to three levels of information processing:
Events and Milestones
M34: Code of Practice for development and validation of ADAS
Application of Results
With the wide acceptance of the Code of Practice, RESPONSE 3 will contribute to an accelerated market introduction of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems whic includes preventive safety applications. It will be a key instrument to help the engineers develop safe products, industry to control their risks, and the authorities to understand and follow the development and testing processes.
All IP PReVENT Subprojects: Provide checklist for application and evaluation
FAKRA/BNA/ISO TC22 SC3 WG16: Communication of current status
||Provide checklist and exchange of results|
||Communication and discussion of different approaches to related topics|
Dr Juergen Schwarz
e-mail: [email protected]
ADAC, Autocruise, BASt, Continental, Jaguar, Thomas Miller & Co LTD, NavTech, Opel, Siemens VDO, TÜV,
JARI (Japanese Automotive Research Institute)
AHSRA (Advanced cruise-assist Highway Systems Research Association), Japan