Connected & Automated Vehicle (CAV) Infrastructure
CSA Group’s CAV Standardization Roadmap provides a clear path for developing codes and standards that will address gaps in the current standardization landscape.
Standards help support safe, secure, and seamless integration of Connected and Automated Vehicles
Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) can fundamentally alter the way people and goods are transported, improving safety, efficiency, and accessibility of transportation. However, CAVs, with their advanced sensing and AI technology supporting any of the five levels of driving autonomy, will require adequate supporting infrastructure, from roads, signals, signage, and lane markings to roadside sensors, communication protocols, GPS, high-definition mapping, cybersecurity, data management, and privacy protection. Maintaining safety of the transportation network while integrating CAVs will be critical for their widespread adoption.
CSA Group codes and standards can play a crucial role in this process, helping support safety and security of all systems and their interoperability within North America.
Through its ongoing initiatives, CSA Group engages with a broad group of stakeholders representing industry, government, and academia to provide guidance and leadership in standards development and research focused on:
- digital infrastructure
- physical infrastructure
- usage, human-machine interface, accessibility, and vehicle aspects
- cybersecurity, data management, and privacy
In collaboration with key stakeholders, CSA Group also developed the CAV Standardization Roadmap. This document provides a clear path for developing codes and standards that will address gaps in the current standardization landscape and evolve as the technology advances.
Guidelines for connected and automated vehicles: Digital infrastructure
CSA EXP150.1:23 provides guidance for manufacturers, infrastructure owners, operators, regulators, and other transportation stakeholders engaged in specifying digital infrastructure, helping them better prepare roadways for the introduction of CAVs across North America.
Guidelines for connected and automated vehicles: Digital infrastructureGet the Guideline
CSA Group standards, research, policy briefs, and other resources
Leverage the resources developed by CSA Group and its technical committee members that provide information, guidance, best practices, and requirements to help support the safe, secure, and seamless integration of CAV technologies across North America.
Physical and Digital Infrastructure for Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV)
Standards help support integration of connected and automated vehicles
Connected and Automated Vehicles Codes and Standards Roadmap
Connected and Automated Vehicle Technologies – Insights for Codes and Standards in Canada
Guidelines for Connected and Automated Vehicles: Digital Infrastructure
Guidelines for Connected and Automated Vehicles: Physical Infrastructure
Guidelines for Connected and Automated Vehicles: Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Data Management
Stay up-to-date with the latest developments at CSA Group, connect with your peers and the CSA Group team to ask questions and share your insights, or get involved in the standards development. There are many ways to stay in touch and contribute to creating a better, safer, and more sustainable world.
Connected cars worldwide – statistics & facts, Statista, 2021
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles and Infrastructures: A Literature Review, Rana, M., Hossain, K., International Journal of Pavement Research and Technology, 2021
Learning Eco-Driving Strategies at Signalized Intersections, Jayawardana V., Wu C., European Control Conference 2022
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