ATZ's 11th International Munich Chassis Symposium, which will be offered as a virtual conference on 23-24 June, will bring together numerous leading experts from all over the world. Renowned speakers from industry and research will discuss the very latest developments in the chassis, steering systems, brakes, and wheels/tires in four parallel strands of lectures.
Abstract: The presentation gives a brief overview of global regulations for automated driving functions. The role of proving ground tests using the new upcoming UNECE regulation for Automated Lane Keeping System - ALKS – are explained as an example. It also takes a close look at efforts to approve automated driving functions in the various automotive markets and at customer acceptance as a relevant pillar for the success of the technology
Lead Technical Regulation and Knowledge Management HAD, TÜV SÜD Auto Service GmbH, Germany