For a senior manager of an ASDE (Authorised Self-Driving Entity), in accordance with the Law Commission Report on Self-Driving (chapter 11.6, p. 210), failure to demonstrate leadership and structural commitment to AV safety, classified as connivance, is soon to be viewed as a criminal offence. It is serious, only...
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As the world wakes up to the stringent safety tests that will be needed for self-driving cars, the team at Claytex has been working on identifying where they’re most needed, in a method we christened the Intersection Matrix Method. Consider a road network that a self-driving car developer wants...
The European Commission has released draft regulation that outlines the legal requirements to obtain the type-approval for CAV operation on public roads. This requires the Safety Case documentation to be approved by a government-appointed regulatory authority in order to attain type-approval. It is based on principles of candour, blame-free...
Providing the structure in which Self-driving Vehicle Safety Case can take place is the next challenge for the Government. It is the make-or-break of the entire industry. In doing so, there are questions on the nature of safety to be answered. Are there? Introduction There are two ways to...
“99% reliable” sounds good. An autonomous vehicle advertised as being ‘99%’ reliable conveys a message of trustworthiness, but naturally cannot be perfect. But this is not enough. It has to be 99.9999% reliable, or more! Why? “An autonomous car must be as safe as a human driver” – this...
Claytex continues to invest in the important development of automated testing methodologies for autonomous vehicles, as well as researching how to define safety and quantify it. Both topics are crucial to define and optimise AV testing. However, in many cases, having a fully automated test series generation can mean...
AI is the single most relevant technology that enabled the emergence of Vehicle Automation. Naturally then AV Safety topic follows. But there is a problem: AI and Safety do not fit in one sentence. Why? AI is all about achieving the goal without having to do the systems engineering...
Fig. 1: Virtual testing of an autonomous vehicle in rFpro Whether flying, driving, using a power socket or even dining in a restaurant, we take safety for granted, because we trust the safety processes behind it. Food freshness is regulated and inspected, electrical systems are equipped with circuit breakers,...
Autonomous Vehicle Safety Series (AVS #) The industrial application of Automated Vehicles is becoming ever more feasible. As the excitement of innovation wanes, the safety and reliability become the focus. Delivering a reliable and safe AV service can be achieved, when a safety-oriented culture creates an environment where multiple...
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