Connected and Autonomous Vehicles - A UK standards strategy

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles - A UK standards strategy

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BSI has announced that the report Connected and Autonomous Vehicles - A UK standards strategy, prepared jointly by BSI and the Transport Systems Catapult, has been published

In 2016, BSI and the Transport Systems Catapult, supported by the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV), began research to explore the priorities for standards to support the development and deployment of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) in the UK. The project looked at both connected and autonomous road vehicles and followed recommendations made by the Council for Science and Technology to identify areas where standards should be developed for CAVs. The central findings of Connected and autonomous vehicles - A UK standards strategy, published in March 2017, highlight that standardisation is required to help overcome barriers associated with CAV development, such as interoperability or public acceptance issues, while helping accelerate the deployment of the technologies, concepts and models for the industry. Further opportunities exist to establish a lead position globally through international standards development where it complements the UK's relative technological capabilities.

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