The transportation and connected and autonomous vehicle (C/AV) sectors are dynamic and rapidly evolving. As new technologies, products, and solutions are developed, regulatory bodies attempt to define and produce standards for safety, consistency, and compliance. Standards establish parameters, promote collaboration, and guide innovation as organizations seek to maximize deployment and implement solutions to progress this growing industry.
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ZEV standards can take on different forms, but all are designed to require vehicle producers to sell a minimum number of zero-emission vehicles in all markets, with some kind of sliding scale that increases the minimum over time.
The purpose of this white paper is to provide a landscape of relevant industry alliances, consortia and other groups, while also highlighting the activities of key standards bodies, to provide
guidance to decision-makers from industry, as well as other stakeholders from the public sector about these activities.
The levels apply to the driving automation feature(s) that are engaged in any given instance of on-road operation of an equipped vehicle.
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