The international standard for evaluation of autonomous driving test scenarios led by China approved
According to the website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on September 22, on September 12, China took the lead under the framework of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). 》 (ISO 34505) international standard project, which was officially approved after voting, with experts from China and Germany jointly serving as the leader of the standard project.
The ISO 34505 standard intends to mainly stipulate the evaluation methods of test scenarios for autonomous driving systems, propose the determination requirements for functional evaluation indicators such as the criticality, complexity, and risk of test scenarios, and define the general method of test case generation and its necessary characteristics, including Test objectives, test steps, execution conditions, and expected results, etc.
The testing of intelligent and connected vehicles and autonomous driving systems is an important link in the research and development of autonomous driving technology, and it is also important to support the realization of industrialized and large-scale development. The autonomous driving test evaluation based on test scenarios has formed a consensus on a global scale.
The formulation of this standard will fill the gap in the international standards for the generation of test cases for test scenarios of autonomous driving systems, and promote the formation of a complete system of international standards for test scenarios, covering the entire set from conceptual design to simulation, from scenario library construction to actual test site construction. Scenario application framework.
In the next step, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology will organize China Automotive Technology and Research Center Co., Ltd., together with domestic enterprises and research institutions in related industries, establish a domestic expert support team, coordinate international superior technical resources, and form a working model of domestic and international linkage and coordination to promote Establish a scientific and reasonable evaluation methodology for autonomous driving test scenarios and make positive contributions to the formulation and coordination of international standards and regulations related to autonomous driving.
As of now, more than 30 cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Wuhan, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Nanjing, etc., have issued management measures and implementation rules for road testing of intelligent networked vehicles, allowing enterprises Launch autonomous driving road tests and demonstration operations.