Forward Collision Warning and Automatic Emergency Braking Test Procedure and Minimum Performance Requirements - Truck and Bus
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Data Sets - Support Documents
Truck and Bus Automation Safety Committee
The Truck & Bus Automation Safety Committee of the Truck and Bus Brake and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Steering Committee is responsible for developing, reviewing, and approving Standards, Recommended Practices and Information Reports related to the safety of heavy vehicle automation systems. Automation systems include: 1) Active Safety Systems are to include Vehicle / Operator Warning Systems (such as, but not limited to Lane Departure, Collision Warning, Pedestrian / Object Detection / Recognition Systems); 2) Proactive Safety Systems (such as, but not limited to Adaptive Cruise Control, Pre-Crash System Actuation, Collision Mitigation Systems); 3) Vehicle Guidance and Control Systems (such as, but not limited to Vehicle Platoons and Platoon Systems, Vehicle-to-Vehicle, Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Communication Systems, Automated Coupling Systems (physical and communication coupling), Brake-blending Systems, Lane-Keeping Systems, Lane-Changing systems), Docking system (both freight and passenger); 4) Human-vehicle interface systems (dealing with the SAE five levels of automation); 5) Automation System Performance Validation Systems (such as, but not limited to, Pre-trip and Post-trip automation system inspections, Post-repair automation system functional verification systems, law-enforcement support systems). Included are trucks, tractors, trailers, buses greater than 10,000 lbs (4500 kg) GVWR designed primarily for highway use.