SAM – Security and Acceptability of Autonomous Mobility
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A national framework for rolling out marketable autonomous mobility services by 2022.
The project was launched in June 2019 for an initial period of 3 years and is driven by the PFA (Automotive Platform). The SAM project is a national project for large-scale experiments in autonomous driving and mobility on open roads. The two-fold challenge is:
- to develop the use and knowledge of these systems by citizens and local stakeholders
- to build the future regulatory framework, especially in terms of security validation by 2022.
The project is rooted in a common methodological approach and has three target application areas: individual mobility, shared or collective mobility and logistics.
In 2021, the project was extended by 18 months (until the end of 2023).
IRT SystemX is piloting lot 2 “Security demonstration methodology”.
Draw up a common good, as defined by a set of knowledge, including pooling and sharing with public authorities, that contributes to the development of public policies and the establishment of a state of the art, namely in terms of safety, impacts and acceptability.
|Data science and AI|
|Systems engineering and software design|
|Safety of critical systems,|
This common good is built around a common and shared methodological approach and experiments with autonomous vehicles on open roads in three targeted application areas: autonomous passenger vehicles, autonomous public and shared transport systems, and autonomous freight transport systems.