NHTSA aims for transparency in ADAS, autonomous driving system implementation in the US

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

Significant injuries or fatalities were allegedly reported in 11 of the 98 recorded collisions involving vehicles equipped with SAE Level 2 ADAS

In June 2021, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a Standing and General Order to report vehicle crashes related to vehicles involved with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The data provides the NHTSA with timely information regarding crashes involving vehicles with various degrees of automated systems that were deployed at least 30 seconds prior to the event. The crash could include a vulnerable road userĀ or result in a fatality, a vehicle tow-away, an airbag deployment, or anyone being transferred to a hospital for medical treatment.

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