PAS 1883:2020 Operational Design Domain (ODD) taxonomy for an automated driving system (ADS) - Specification
What does PAS 1883 cover?
PAS 1883 provides requirements for the minimum hierarchical taxonomy for specifying an Operational Design Domain (ODD) to enable the safe deployment of an automated driving system (ADS).
Why is it needed?
The ODD represents the operating environment within which an ADS can perform the dynamic driving task (DDT) safely and this PAS focuses on a taxonomy for the definition of the ODD for a given ADS.
Who is it for?
Principal users will include trialling organizations developing safety cases for automated vehicle trials and testing, manufacturers and developers of Level 3 and Level 4 ADS and suppliers of components and subcomponents.
It should also be of interest to:
National, local and regional government
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