The field of automated driving, and the safety considerations around that field, are very complex and requires a wide diversity of subject matter experts from basic Newtonian physics and cybersecurity to psychology and political science. SAE International is hosting an Automated & Connected Wiki on the SAE MOBILUS® platform for developing a Body of Knowledge (BOK) regarding Automated and Connected Vehicles.
Embedded in this objective is the premise that the automated driving ecosystem is too complex and fast-changing for any single person or small team to completely understand it all by themselves. Therefore, a collaborative, social authoring process is being utilized. A well-designed open collaborative process could enable the automated driving community to make effective use of input from a wide variety of stakeholders.
As a subject matter expert, you can help author and contribute to this information-rich resource!
To request your access to the Automated & Connected Wiki, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current SAE MOBILUS Automated & Connected Wiki Features:
- Datasets from TrafficNet, SHRP2, and more
- Automated & Connected focused events
- Key Players from both academia and Research institutions
- Variable Performance Testing
Visit the Automated & Connected Wiki to contribute and share your content today.