November 27, 2017
Paving the Way Toward Safer Roads for All
Standards for accident fault and vehicle safety are required to advance the autonomous vehicle industry, writes Mobileye CEO Prof. Amnon Shashua.
Mobileye's autonomous vehicle on the road in Jerusalem
Accumulating miles of testing and over-engineering the technology isn’t enough to guarantee that autonomous vehicles will be safe, and safer than human drivers. That’s why Mobileye has authored the Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) model.
Through RSS, we can program autonomous vehicles to abide by rules – simple rules that human drivers might intuitively take for granted, but which self-driving cars need in order to make sure that they don’t cause accidents, and avoid those caused by others whenever possible.
Those rules will be baked into every autonomous vehicle we and our partners will put on the road. But beyond our own application, we hope the industry will adopt it as a standard for all autonomous vehicles.
Read more about RSS and what it can mean for the future of mobility and road safety, in the words of Professor Amnon Shashua, CEO of Mobileye and Senior Vice President at Intel, in the Intel Newsroom.
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