The Code of Practice for the Development of Automated Driving Functions is available on EUCAR’s website
The Code of Practice for the Development of Automated Driving Functions (CoP-ADF) is one of the major achievements of the EU-funded automotive research project L3Pilot running from 2017 to 2021.
This document provides comprehensive guidelines supporting the design, development, verification and validation of automated driving technologies.
Image: Scope of the L3Pilot’s code of practice for automated driving functions. (Source: L3Pilot project.)
The scope of the CoP-ADF (see image above) is focused on SAE Level 3 and 4 functions in passenger cars for motorway and parking. However, extensions to other Operational Design Domains (ODDs) or automation levels are also feasible.
CoP-ADF contributes to the wide public acceptance of robust and safe ADF for Europe and beyond as a document in the public domain. In addition, the CoP-ADF provides relevant references to specification documents, legal guidelines and literature
The CoP-ADF document will remain stored and publicly available on EUCAR’s website (link).