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The Autonomy Levels of Self-driving Cars

https://medium.com/self-driving-cars...s-7e6c79528cc5

The SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) created a set of international standards for automakers to follow called J3061A “Taxonomy and Definitions for Terms Related to Driving Automation Systems for On-Road Motor Vehicles”.

Level 0 — No Automation

This is your standard registered vehicle which requires a human driver behind the wheel. Steering wheel, brakes, acceleration and traffic negotiation is all under the discretion of a driver. This basically classifies existing DMV registered, street legal cars that are on the road.

Level 1 — Driver Assistance

This uses features developed by automakers that allow an ECU or mechanism to control the steering or vehicle speed, but not both simultaneously. The driver is still fully responsible for all other aspects of driving, as stated in law which qualifies for a driver’s license. That means that while there is some assistance provided during the operation of the vehicle, it still requires a driver to perform all aspects of driving. An example of this is the adaptive cruise control feature found in some high end cars. It allows a driver to use the feature to maintain a safe following distance on the highway by increasing or decreasing a car’s speed. Assisted self-parking also falls under this at the most basic level, though there are newer and more advanced features that take it another level.

Level 2 — Partial Automation

This is the starting level of semi-autonomous cars. With Level 2, a car can steer, accelerate and brake under certain conditions. The driver is still required behind the wheel though inside of the car (semi-autonomous). While the car can perform self-driving, it does not automatically engage. It requires activation from the driver. All tactical maneuvering in traffic, changing lanes and avoiding road hazards is still the driver’s responsibility. Examples of systems implemented using this include Tesla Autopilot, Audi Traffic Jam Assist, Volvo Pilot Assist, Mercedes-Benz Driver Assistance System and the Cadillac Super Cruise.

Level 3 — Conditional Automation

For the most part, the car can self drive with environment monitoring features. There are certain road conditions that will require the car to turn over control or require driver intervention. There are certain scenarios that would require this. If the car’s self driving system has encountered problems with sensors or unfamiliar conditions, it will require the driver to take the wheel. This is a feature in systems like the Tesla Autopilot and Audi Traffic Jam Pilot.

Level 4 — High Automation

High automation is when the car is fully aware of it’s environment and can plan a route and arrive at it’s destination with minimal intervention. There is little driver involvement. The driver is required inside the car as a passenger as well. So the car owner can program a route for the car to self-drive. The car will then take control of the wheel for the car owner, who at this point is just a passenger inside the car. The passenger is not required to intervene, but can do so when necessary. Most Level 4 systems are still in development and testing.

Level 5 — Full Automation

The self-driving car has full autonomy to operate on any road and condition without a human driver. A human is also not required to be inside the car at all times, since it is now classified as fully autonomous. The car can pick up passengers and offer ride services. The car not only drives itself, but can make it’s own decisions when negotiating turns, lane changes and road traffic. An example of this are fully autonomous self-driving cars by Waymo.
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China logs second-most miles in California self-driving tests
Baidu and compatriots rack up data but still trail far behind Waymo

SHUNSUKE TABETA and TAKESHI SHIRAISHI, Nikkei staff writers
MARCH 08, 2019 05:27 JST

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In China, First Self-Driving Trucks to Begin Commercial Deliveries Utilizing FABU Technology


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China Post and Deppon Express, two of China's leading delivery and logistics companies, have begun autonomous package delivery services with the first self-driving vehicles to be put into daily commercial use in China. The delivery trucks will operate on autonomous driving technologies developed by FABU Technology, a leading artificial intelligence (AI) company focused on intelligent driving systems.

Starting in November 2018, FABU partnered with China Post and Deppon Express to begin testing Level 4 autonomous driving trucks in China's heavily populated Zhejiang Province. In Level 4 autonomous driving, the car handles the majority of driving situations independently although a human driver can still take control when needed.

During the testing, self-driving trucks operating on FABU autonomous driving technology averaged 40-mile daily round trips along three different routes, with one delivery route passing through 50 intersections, 26 of which were controlled by traffic lights. The trucks drove both in daylight and at night, and on highways, through tunnels and along residential streets filled with pedestrians, schools and flea markets. Since the self-driving tests were conducted in winter, these Level 4 trucks also had to drive their routes during challenging weather conditions such as rainstorms, snow and fog.

In total, during the testing period autonomous trucks operated by FABU technology successfully drove over 2,200 miles and delivered over 60,000 parcels during China's peak shopping season, which includes Singles' Day, Christmas and Chinese New Year.

"We are very excited that FABU technology is at the heart of the first autonomous delivery trucks in China," said Xiaofei He, founder and CEO of FABU. "China Post and Deppon have also been very pleased with the performance of FABU self-driving technology in their trucks and plan on expanding their autonomous delivery services to 100 routes in the near future."

With the increase in online shopping and a shortage of truck drivers, these companies believe that self-driving trucks will help them save on operating costs in the long run, said He. They estimate that their initial investments in vehicular hardware systems will be recouped in one year.

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Huawei claims ‘world’s first’ 5G hardware for automotive industry

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REUTERS APRIL 22, 2019 6:54 AM

(Reuters) — China’s Huawei Technologies launched on Monday what it said was the world’s first 5G communications hardware for the automotive industry, in a sign of its growing ambitions to become a key supplier to the sector for self-driving technology.

Huawei said in a statement that the so-called MH5000 module is based on the Balong 5000 5G chip which it launched in January. “Based on this chip, Huawei has developed the world’s first 5G car module with high speed and high quality,” it said.

It launched the module at the Shanghai Autoshow, which began last week and runs until Thursday.

“As an important communication product for future intelligent car transportation, this 5G car module will promote the automotive industry to move towards the 5G era,” Huawei said.

It said the module will aid its plans to start commercializing 5G network technology for the automotive sector in the second half of this year.

Huawei has in recent years been testing technology for intelligent connected cars in Chinese cities such as Shanghai, Shenzhen and Wuxi and has signed cooperation deals with a swathe of car makers including FAW, Dongfeng and Changan.
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