Principles for Autonomous Vehicles Published

autonomous vehicle principles
autonomous vehicle principles

Many of the major automakers have moved to produce autonomous vehicles. Some large companies have collaborated with Intel to determine the principles that autonomous vehicles should have.

The passing of autonomous vehicles is getting closer. As such, some of the major manufacturers of automobile manufacturers have entered into a joint work on the rules and principles that autonomous vehicles must obey in traffic.

Companies such as Audi, BMW, Fiat and Chrysler, in cooperation with Intel, determined the principles that can be used in autonomous vehicles. The principles determined apply to both autonomous driving vehicles and passengers.

Principles created by Audi, BMW, Fiat and Chrysler in collaboration with Intel for Autonomous vehicles and their passengers;

  • Safe transfer by autopilot or driver (from autopilot to driver or from driver to autopilot)
  • User responsibility
  • Safe operation
  • Traffic behavior
  • Determination of safe zones
  • Saving data
  • Operational design space
  • Evaluation of security options
  • Passive security options
  • Responsibility

It was stated that these principles are the basic principles that both the driver and the autonomous vehicle should know and considering these principles will contribute to the safety of both the vehicles they produce and the traffic safety.

Of course, these principles are not known by which car manufacturers and states to adopt, but these principles, which were created by Intel, Audi, BMW, Fiat and Chrysler, can be evaluated by many state and car manufacturers in the future.

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