Review of the Latest Developments in Automotive Safety Standardization for Driving Automation Systems
Keywords:functional safety, safety of the intended functionality, driving automation systems
The ISO 26262: Functional Safety – Road Vehicles Standard has been the de-facto automotive functional safety standard since it was first released in 2011. With the introduction of complex driving automation systems, new standardization efforts to deal with safety of these systems have been initiated to address emerging gaps such as the human/automation roles and responsibilities in the presence/absence of the driver/user, the impact of the technological limitations and the verification and validation needs of automation systems to name a few. This paper highlights some of these gaps and introduces some of the latest developments in automotive safety standardization for driving automation systems.
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