In October 2020, for the first time, China plans to issue national highway technical specifications related to autonomous driving (“Overall Technical Specifications for Highway Engineering Adaptation to Autonomous Driving Auxiliary Facilities (Draft for Comment)”)
In November 2020, the Ministry of Transport and other five departments jointly released the “Intelligent Connected Vehicle Technology Roadmap 2.0”, proposing that the sales of L2 and L3 new cars will account for 50% in 2025.
In 2030, L2 and L3 new car sales will account for more than 70%, and L4 will account for 20%
The “Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Strategic Plan (2015-2019)” clarifies the two main development goals of intelligence and networking, and plans to invest 4 billion US dollars within 10 years to support research in the field of vehicle networking and autonomous driving. “ITS Strategic Plan ( 2020-2025)” describes the key tasks and safeguards for the development of intelligent transportation in the United States in the next five years, highlighting the deployment of ITS, and has begun to accelerate the deployment and application of ITS from the focus on autonomous driving, connected cars and research.
Propose the “ITS Development Action Plan” and the “EU Future Transportation Research and Innovation Plan”, and carry out vehicle-road coordination, active safety, road safety system and traffic informatization in the field of traffic safety
2020 The Road to Automated Mobility: The European Future of Mobility Strategy plans to enter a fully autonomous society by 2030
From May 2020, the “Autonomous Vehicle Safety Standards” will be implemented, becoming the first country in the world to formulate safety standards for L3 autonomous driving and formulate commercial standards
The Enforcement Decree of the Law on Promotion and Support of the Commercialization of Autonomous Vehicles was implemented in August 2020
The Cabinet Office took the lead in proposing the “Declaration on the Creation of the World’s Most Advanced IT Nation”, and promoted the formulation of an autonomous driving system research and development plan.
In 2020, the 4.0 version of the “Related Reports and Plans for Realizing Autonomous Driving” proposed that by 2025, the number of driverless and autonomous driving services that only require remote monitoring will be expanded to 40 area.