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 08 04 2019 03

Global car manufacturers Ford, General Motors (GM) and Toyota have agreed to establish a consortium to focus on the safety of self-driving cars in association with the automotive industry group SAE International.

Known as the Automated Vehicle Safety Consortium (AVSC), the group will work to create a set of standards for safe advance testing, pre-competitive development, and deployment of SAE Level 4 and 5 automated vehicles.

Automated Vehicle Safety Consortium executive director Edward Straub said: “Being able to advance the safe deployment of SAE Level 4 and Level 5 automated vehicles represents another exciting chapter in the realisation of autonomous mobility and the benefits this will bring to people around the world.

“To achieve these benefits, industry collaboration, cohesion, and flexibility to merge new ideas with proven safety processes are critical. This is why we are forming the AVSC and announcing our roadmap strategy.”

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