Definitions Edit

An Operational Design Domain (ODD) is

[a] description of the specific operating domain(s) in which an automated function or system is designed to properly operate, including but not limited to roadway types, speed range, environmental conditions (weather, daytime/nighttime, etc.), and other domain constraints.[1]
[t]he specific conditions under which a given driving automation system or feature thereof is designed to function, including, but not limited to, driving modes. This can incorporate a variety of limitations, such as those from geography, traffic, speed, and roadways.[2]

References Edit

  1. Federal Automated Vehicles Policy: Accelerating the Next Revolution In Roadway Safety, at85.
  2. Preparing for the Future of Transportation: Automated Vehicles 3.0, at 46.
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