Driving automation system (DAS)

This term is part of the following categories: Safety, Technology, Human factors, Sensors and Vehicle system.

 

Version: 3.0, Release date: October 2020

Definition: Hardware and software that are collectively capable of performing part or all of the dynamic driving task on a sustained basis.

NOTE 1: This definition is adapted from SAE J3016 (2018) and is used specifically to describe systems that can deliver SAE level 1 to 5 driving.

NOTE 2: A driving automation system differs from an automated driving system in that the latter enables the vehicle to deliver the full function of the dynamic driving task within the defined operational design domain whereas the former covers systems that partially or fully cover the dynamic driving task.

 

 

Previous versions:

Version: 2.0, Release date: June 2020

Definition: Hardware and software that are collectively capable of performing part or all of the dynamic driving task on a sustained basis.

NOTE 1: This definition is adapted from SAE J3016 (2018) and is used specifically to describe systems that can deliver SAE level 1 to 5 driving.

NOTE 2: A driving automation system differs from an automated driving system in that the latter enables the vehicle to deliver the full function of the dynamic driving task within the defined operational design domain whereas the former covers systems that partially or fully cover the dynamic driving task.

 

 

Version: 1.0, Release date: January 2020

Definition: Hardware and software that are collectively capable of performing part or all of the dynamic driving task on a sustained basis.

NOTE: This definition is adapted from SAE J3016 (2018) and is used specifically to describe systems that can deliver SAE level 1 to 5 driving.