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An '''automated driving system''' is
 
An '''automated driving system''' is
   
{{Quote|[t]he [[hardware]] and [[software]] that are collectively capable of performing the entire [[Dynamic Driving Task]] on a sustained basis, regardless of whether it is limited to a specific operational design domain. This term is used specifically to describe a [[SAE Level 3|Level 3]], [[SAE Level 4|4]], or [[SAE Level 5|5]] driving [[automation]] [[system]].<ref>[[Preparing for the Future of Transportation: Automated Vehicles 3.0]], at 45.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|[t]he [[hardware]] and [[software]] that are collectively capable of performing the entire [[dynamic driving task]] on a sustained basis, regardless of whether it is limited to a specific operational design domain. This term is used specifically to describe a [[SAE Level 3|Level 3]], [[SAE Level 4|4]], or [[SAE Level 5|5]] driving [[automation]] [[system]].<ref>[[Preparing for the Future of Transportation: Automated Vehicles 3.0]], at 45.</ref>}}
   
 
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{{Wikipedia|Automated driving system}}
 
{{Wikipedia|Automated driving system}}

Latest revision as of 00:11, 19 October 2018

Definition[]

An automated driving system is a complex combinations of various components that can be defined as systems where perception, decision making, and operation of the automobile are performed by electronics and machinery instead of a human driver, and as introduction of automation into road traffic. This includes handling of the vehicle, destination, as well as awareness of surroundings. While the automated system has control over the vehicle, it allows the human operator to leave all responsibilities to the system.

An automated driving system is

[t]he hardware and software that are collectively capable of performing the entire dynamic driving task on a sustained basis, regardless of whether it is limited to a specific operational design domain. This term is used specifically to describe a Level 3, 4, or 5 driving automation system.[1]

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