- Apr 14, 2018 -
Not long ago, Beijing and Shanghai introduced the management specifications for road testing of autonomous vehicles, and China's auto road test opened an era of “regulation and compliance”.
On December 18 last year, the Beijing Municipal Transportation Commission, Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau Traffic Control Bureau and the Municipal Economic and Information Commission jointly issued the "Beijing Municipal Government's Guidance on Accelerating the Road Testing of Autopilot Vehicles (Trial)" and "Beijing Municipal Automation Two guiding documents for the Implementation Rules for the Implementation of Road Test Management for Vehicles (Trial) are used to encourage, support, and standardize the research and development of auto-driving cars and accelerate the process of commercialization.
Shortly after this time, on February 28 this year, the Shanghai Economic and Information Commission, the Public Security Bureau, and the Transportation Commission jointly issued the "Shanghai Intelligent Network Vehicle Road Test Management Regulations (Trial)", becoming China's second autopilot. Test specification of the city.
The management methods of Beijing and Shanghai have standardized and explained the conditions of automatic driving road test applications, test applications and audits, test management, accident handling, and non-compliance responsibility.
However, compared to the United States, which started earlier with self-driving road tests, China's automatic driving regulations are still in its infancy.
According to a report by the paper (www.thepaper.cn), as of now, the United States has issued three policies related to autonomous driving -
On September 20, 2016, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the US Department of Transportation published for the first time a 116-page "Federal Automated Vehicles Policy."
On July 27, 2017, the United States House of Representatives unanimously passed the two-party bill, the Self Drive Act, to manage the production, testing and distribution of self-driving cars for the first time.
On September 12, 2017, the US Department of Transportation issued "Automated Driving System 2.0: A Vision for Safety", which replaces the 2016 Federal Autonomous Vehicle Policy. Page, mainly for level 3 to level 5 autopilot systems.
At the same time, in March 2018, the US Transportation Minister Zhao Xiaolan stated that the third version of the autopilot regulatory policy is currently under formulation and will be introduced within the year. The new regulatory policy will further reduce administrative intervention and give test companies greater autonomy. space.
Zhang Xiang, an independent automotive analyst, points out that the Chinese version of the autopilot specification can be largely referenced to the United States' autopilot policy in testing vehicles, test drivers, insurance, data recording and preservation, and accident reports. In other areas, it is basically in line with international standards.
“In terms of completeness of the policy, the United States is more complete and comprehensive in terms of automated driving.” An expert in the autopilot industry pointed out to the Yu Xin reporter that “This is due to the fact that the United States has already had deeper autopilot technology. As a result of the accumulation, China has not yet introduced a national regulation, and local policies are more like a test."
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