Specifically, NHTSA requested comments on evaluation and testing of automated vehicle scenarios, detection and communication of operational boundaries, data recording capabilities, crash avoidance, identification of voluntary industry standards, and several other topics.
NHTSA is accepting written comments on this topic through May 9, 2016. Click here to submit a comment. NHTSA plans to hold a second forum on automated vehicles April 27 on the campus of Stanford University.
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