Best practices guide for improving automated license plate reader effectiveness through uniform license plate design and manufacture.
20200174 ST [electronic version only]
American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators AAMVA
Arlington, VA, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators AAMVA, 2019, 36 p.
|Samenvatting||Driver license examiners have a unique responsibility for ensuring that drivers who are granted driver’s licenses have the knowledge and skills required for the safe operation of their vehicles. As crashes increase, licensing is seen as one way of improving highway safety. Examiners play an important role in the driver licensing process, and it is important that examiners are informed and educated on technologies that may affect the scoring of a licensing exam so they are able to administer exams that are unbiased and objective. As vehicle technologies continue to evolve, examiners will be faced with greater challenges in determining a driver license applicant’s eligibility for full licensure. Examiners will need to examine and base their decisions on the outcomes of the test and grading the actions of the applicant, not the vehicle. This document focuses on the technology classified by the Society of Automotive Engineers International (SAE) as Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) levels 1 and 2. It does not include automated driving systems (ADS) in vehicles, also known as self-driving autonomous vehicles classified by the SAE as vehicle automation levels 3, 4, and 5. (Author/publisher)|
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