Filling the gaps in vehicle automation definitions – Near-accident vehicle automation

• Development history and current status of automated vehicle guidance levels
• Near-accident interventions – how and where should this be included?
• Resolving inconsistencies within current definition models
• Enhancing visibility of near-accident functions, how this can help drive improved ADAS in the short term
Release date: September, 2016

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Tom Michael Gasser
German Federal Highway Research
German Federal Highway Research Institute, BASt